Discomfort

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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. True but can’t take my eyes away. Exceptional work and by the way I scrolled down your home page…Wow. Some of your recent works is breath-taking!! Kudos

  2. I like how the minimal attention to the torso and down draws the emphasis to the hands and upper body. It’s as if she is wondering or stressing about what to do( hands) to ease her burdened mind (head turned toward shoulder). That’s how I see it…Nice!

  3. … and a feeling of sadness in her dark haunted eyes…stilled but wanting to be anywhere else but there …

  4. Very nice sketch discomfort, dear Elena. Unfortunately all of us have, and such days.
    Thank you so much for sharing with us.
    Have a wonderful day. Big hugs, ┼×tefania. ­čÖé

  5. Nice Elena, your quiet and simple strokes (soft, hard and lost) lead up to face that leaves the viewer wondering.

  6. a yup, that’s me after PT for shoulder yesterday…messed up neck, nerves and whole back-don’t think that was supposed to happen DISCOMFORT!!

  7. Somewhat common with Zen drawing, I think this one showed that the minimal or
    even void can speak more. The space left unpainted = white = void, is in fact showing
    even more meaning there. Brilliant work Elena.

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