Sketchbook: Guarding The Nest

Another collage: revitalizing torn, discarded monotypes-line via pen and ink.


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. This is really beautiful. I like the result when you start to play with abstract form within a figurative baseline. It almost feels like a Chinese rice paper drawing. It makes me feel the calmness within the always chaotic world that we are part of – birds, human beings, anything alive.

  2. I’m intrigued by the use of lines, their varied weight and thickness, the quality of movement, the way in which they shape and balance the composition.

  3. Terrific. It’s often hard to salvage old works as effectively as you did. This one feels as though it was destined to look this way from the start. I especially like the way it seems to ripple and seethe across the page.

  4. Just lovely. I can see lots of shapes in here – to me there’s a tiger/cat face and whiskers hiding in those nest lines!

  5. love this with all the textures, it feels twiggy, nesty, wonderful! I am always left with a feeling of wonderment elena.

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