Oil Portraits for Pause

I thought you might be curious about the origins of the Pause final prints.  Below are the oil paintings that are the basis for the final photo print distortions, thus far.  Different from paintings as an end product, these paintings are literally a means to an end; serving multiple manipulations and the final photographic prints.

Published by elenacaravela

My world is a wonder of visual candy and foreboding shadow shapes vying every waking moment for my full attention.

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  1. Wow these paintings are phenomenal! Each one conveys so much personality. The one in the center speaks to me the most because I wish I was meditating or napping in the sun. Beautiful!

  2. These are amazingly brilliant… I wish I had better words to describe your wonderful talent; although, I think they speak for themselves

  3. Beautiful!
    It’s interesting that you included fabric in each painting as the panting would eventually be transferred to fabric.
    (I imagine you photographing the end result lined up on a clothesline with gentle shiftings of expression in the breeze…)

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