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Communion of Saints by Elise Ritter
Don't Look Back by Elise Ritter
Celtic Thunder by Elise Ritter
Coral Flower on Turquoise by Elise Ritter
Kimono Abstract in Blue and Gold by Elise Ritter
Hope by Elise Ritter
Nebula by Elise Ritter
Vienna Woods by a Stream by Elise Ritter
Stained Glass Spirits Communion of Saints by Elise Ritter
Vienna Rose by Elise Ritter
Three Stained Glass Angels by Elise Ritter
Vienna Woods in Spring by Elise Ritter
Three Women by Elise Ritter
Golden Angels by Elise Ritter
Zen Moon and Wave by Elise Ritter
Stained Glass Saints by Elise Ritter
Lake of the Gods by Elise Ritter
Vienna Woods by Elise Ritter
Tranquility by Elise Ritter
Highlands Mist by Elise Ritter
Tiffany Lilies by Elise Ritter
Zen Crane by Elise Ritter
Flower Market by Elise Ritter
Woman with Copper Hair by Elise Ritter
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About Elise Ritter
ELISE RITTER is an award-winning watercolor and mixed media artist.
She is a juried member of the Potomac Valley Watercolorists, a group of top watercolor artists in the Washington DC region.
Elise's paintings are in Gallery Underground and Gallery Clarendon in Arlington, VA, and by Masterpieces Gallery, in Kerikeri, New Zealand.
Her work is in private collections throughout he United States, China, Germany, Canada, New Zealand, and Puerto Rico. Her artwork has been published in books and magazines in London, Ontario, Brussels and Lisbon.
Elise's artwork was juried into the 2016 Best Virginia Artists juried exhibition.
"Luminous Grace" was the title of her 30-piece solo show from Jan.-April 2016, in Washington, DC.
She has been a member of the Virginia Watercolor Society, and her paintings have been selected for several statewide shows. She also had a one-person show at the State Capitol in Richmond, as well as 2 solo shows at private galleries nearby.