This model was painted live at the Friday Group at the Victorian Artists Society, Melbourne. The dimensions include a quality frame.

I accept portrait commissions.

‘Blue’ oil on composition board

This is the beautiful view from my friend Torhild’s house, in Stavanger, Norway. We have been friends for over 47 years. I have sketched it with pen and watercolour on site, and used this as a reference for this painting.

I am pleased to say that this painting not only won First Prize in the Figurative section of The Royal Melbourne Show, but also ‘Best in show’ 2018.

In 2019, this work won Best oil/acrylic painting under $1500 at the Camberwell Art Show.

I painted this man, Paul Le Noury who is a chef and who owns ‘Yum’ catering Melbourne. He was painted at The Friday Group at The Victorian Artists Society. I also commend is wonderful cooking! This painting is FOR SALE


I painted this man from life in The Friday Group at The Victorian Artists Society. The painting is framed and now FOR SALE.  Email me: lizmooregolding@gmail.com

Still thinking.jpg

There are some beautiful forests in Europe and we came across this one in Nuremberg during the autumn when the leaves are stunning.

This is the final walk taken by the animals recently sold in the Newmarket Saleyard (Melbourne). The trees are evergreen which sheltered the animals all year. The sale yards were closed in 1987.  

The Constance Wu Award 2017

I was awarded this today jointly with Sue Jarvis, whose work I greatly admire.
Here is information about the award from the MSWPS website:

The Constance Wu Award was established by Carolyn Yong in memory of her mother, Constance Wu.
This award was first presented in 2012. It is presented to the artist receiving the most votes from MSWPS members whose works have been shown in the Annual Exhibitions.

This peer evaluated award was initially presented as The Mabel Pryde Prize and later as The MSWPS Award. MSWPS thanks Carolyn for this support.

In 2017 we have joint winners of this award.(Both artists will share the prize money.)

Elizabeth Moore Golding for ‘Lost in Thought’ and Sue Jarvis for ‘9am Swanston Street’. They will be presented with this award donated by Carolyn Yong in memory of her mother at the Christmas Lunch.

Congratulations to these members and thanks to the donors.