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
Thanks ever so much!
Poor girl! Wearing such a lovely minimalist gown and no one is looking at her. She deserves to be treated as a princess.
I know!:) Thank you Marcelo.
There’s such economy here but it says so much. Love the use of ’empty’ space.
Thanks so much Emily.
Just amazing! 🙂
I can feel it – beautifully conveyed, Elena!
I’m glad. Many thanks Richard.
I love how her face expresses so much of her emotions! Very nice!:)
Thank you very much.
Great title for this one. Wow, that face! And those sparse lines suggesting the rest of her body are so perfectly placed.
Thanks so much Cindy.
Her face, hands and posture radiate woe. I think you should give her a kitten. We have a new one, and he’s really cheered us up.
A kitten would fix me right up:) Congrats on your new addition-enjoy!
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!
You see it well Kevin! Thank you.
Yes, such a protective gesture, and with such minimal painting. fantastic.
Many thanks Karen.
Thank you Nuno!
I find this terribly troubling … beautifully and cleverly expressed.
I’m glad you are able to feel it. Thanks very much Helen.
… and a feeling of sadness in her dark haunted eyes…stilled but wanting to be anywhere else but there …
Oh yes. Thanks for seeing that Poppy.
Maybe she’s just fed up with the teacher!!
Could very well be!
Very graceful work,and so expressive,I can feel her anxiety!
I’m glad and also apologize;)
So wonderfully focused on the hands and face… all her emotions. Chapeau, my dear Elena! 🙂
Thanks so much Marina:)
I like how you did her facial expression. Though the strokes are quite broad, there is a lot of acuteness there.
Thank you Rabirius:)
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, Ştefania. 🙂
Yes unfortunately, we all know it well. Thank you Stefania:)
Great emotional content here.
Many thanks Carol.
Nice Elena, your quiet and simple strokes (soft, hard and lost) lead up to face that leaves the viewer wondering.
Thanks ever so much Mary.
You did an elegant job of capturing discomfort, really nice painting Elena.
Thanks very much Jet.
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!!
Yow! Take care of that shoulder!
I love your style in watercolour, there is always a kind of poetical touches… Thank you dear Elena, love, nia
Thank you so much Nia:)
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.
I too believe the space left behind can be ever so much more captivating than the space that is obviously worked. Thanks so very much Yoshi.
Wonder what’s bothering her? She’s lovely even with the frown on her face.
Aw, that’s nice. Thank you Jess:)
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