This Odd Sister is Looking for Odd Sisters to Join Us!
If you see yourself as an Odd Sister, let me paint you as one! A one of a kind painting of you as an honorary Odd Sister will be created by an award winning artist – me!
Just imagine how jealous your friends will be, but they can become an Odd Sister, too!
The watercolor and pen & ink painting will be a loose version of you – may work with hair style, eye color.etc. and some of your likes. It will not be a serious portrait of you. You can’t use it for your passport picture. My style is whimsical and abstract, but it is created by being loving and respectful of you as a person.
The painting will be ready in about a month from my start date.
It is 5″ x 7″ and will come to you matted and ready to be framed.
Just email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org and I will send you the info!
And remember, “Even if you are a little odd, you’ll always be a sister.”
Two Best Friends Are Now Odd Sisters
Who wouldn't want to be an Odd Sister? It takes one to know one. I came across Elizabeth's artwork through a local Facebook group and I knew that I had to have my best friend and I memorialized as Odd Sisters as a birthday gift. Together Elizabeth and I brainstormed through a few email messages and the exchange of one photo of my friend and I together; I had full faith that Elizabeth would nail it and the result was stunning. Elizabeth truly caught the essence of our friendship and the odd sisterhood we've shared for over 35 years. Our friends, upon seeing the artwork smiled knowingly and remarked that they would like to be Odd Sisters too. The world could certainly use more Odd Sisters, join the club. Ann S.
These Soul Sisters Are Now Odd Sisters
"From the moment we met Elizabeth & laid our eyes on her incredibly interesting art, we knew we were meant to have her beautiful work in our shop as well as have her in our lives! We are beyond honored to have become two of the 'Odd Sisters'. Elizabeth didn't overlook any details in our portrait and truly captured our characters & spirits. We have our 'Odd Sisters' portrait hung with pride behind our cash wrap. We want the world to know, it's ok to be different and Elizabeth has expressed just that not only in our painting, but in the entire Odd Sisters series. Though we're not sisters biologically, we definitely are by choice. What better way to celebrate that than a custom piece of art. Thank you Elizabeth! We will cherish this forever!" Krissy Harper & Jacquelyn Conte, Owners, wit & whim
The East And West Coast Friends Are Now Odd Sisters
"The Odd Sisters are definitely a gang I wanted to be a part of, and, when my friend, Kat, suggested we become Odd Sisters together, I knew it was a perfect thing for us to do. She’s my West Coast Sister. I’m her East Coast Sister. And, Elizabeth’s incredible talent brought us together as Odd Sisters. I love her artwork and smile every time I see it and find something new in it, too. So, if you’re Odd and/or have an Odd friend… it could be the time to celebrate that. Join the gang. Ann Quasman "What a joy it is to have an original print created by Elizabeth Cassidy depicting my friend Ann and me as Odd Sisters. I look at it many times a day because it always brings a smile to my face! Elizabeth’s talent and imagination knows no bounds, and I am thrilled to be part of her brilliant collection of Odd Sisters." — Kat Tansey
A New Chapter In Her Life Made Her An Odd Sister.
I love Elizabeth Cassidy’s art work. After my divorce I wanted a painting done. So I commissioned Elizabeth to an art work for me so I chose Odd Sister .I love my odd sister Elizabeth captured me beautifully. Sitara
My First Odd Brother!
I wrote Elizabeth Cassidy asking if she ever does Odd Brother drawings after I fell in love with her Odd Sisters art work. And then I said I would love to see an Odd Brother drawing of me. Low and behold, she wrote back asking me to send her a picture of myself for her to work from. And this is how the first Odd Brother “EVER” came to be…and it’s of me!!! I adore my Odd brother art piece that Elizabeth, created so lovingly. It features a massive David Hughes face in the center, stylized but definitely recognizable as me. And then surprisingly, off to the left of my face she has placed another face, the face of my husband Sean, as if it is coming out of mine, which I found to be very appropriate since we have been together for 41 years now, and we act as two as if we are one. There are musical notes with the image of Sean that is so right-on because he is a composer and lyricist, who wrote many of the songs we sang as Hartley & Hughes when we performed together in NYC cabaret clubs throughout the late 70’s and early 80’s. And just below the image of Sean a stage is portrayed which at first I thought was of Hartley & Hughes performing but on closer examination, I realized that there are 3 silhouetted people on the stage so I believe it represents the thousands of kids Sean has mentored with the musical comedy workshop he created during the month of July which culminates in a live performance of the shows the kids write and perform at the end of the month. Just below my face there is a row of delectable looking baked goods, a nod to my new passion for baking since becoming retired. And below the baked goods there is a row of glorious daffodils, my favorite flower. And to the right of my face there is an image of a sunrise, my favorite time of day, peeking up over Central Park’s Imagine Mosaic where I can often be found with my beloved pooch Barnaby and where I also loved to go with my beloved Buddy before Barnaby came into our lives, Both are West Highland White Terriers and there is a Westie pictured right next to my head on the right side. The apartment building we live in frames the picture on the absolute right side of the piece. I love Elizabeth’s use of vibrant color in her artwork and here she uses a lot of yellow, my favorite color, and green, my Dad’s favorite color, which she did not know. And although she uses her signature vibrant colors, they are somewhat subdued here, a nod to me and my rather subdued nature, I believe. And so, this, my friends, is my testimonial to my “Odd Brothers” portrait created by the talented Elizabeth Cassidy…and I could not be happier with it.