The Descent Series
art, The Descent series, watercolor
Lively Yellow Warblers
Drawing from Life
One can only wonder and be mesmerized, you’ve over time and brilliantly made use a
‘color’ to replace and demonstrate a monochrome idea.
Thank you Arjun.
Simple but so beautiful! ❤️
THank you Violet!
Soft, resonant and briefly held..beautiful Elena.
Another sketch that conveys much emotion! The person portrayed seem a little tired, dejected and sad! Very nice sketch created.
Thank you for sharing with us, dear Elena! 🙂
I’m glad it conveys Stefania. Thank you so much!:)
You expressed so much in such a simple watercolor. How beautiful.
Thank you Carol!
A picture I can really relate to personally Elena. You’ve really captured a feeling here. Superb!
Thanks much Adrian.
A bit of a heartache for sure. Incredibly touching.
Thanks very much Karen.
Her sad gaze seems to convey a remembrance of times past when life afforded her the opportunity to be more independent.
Yes. Thank you.
Thank you Robert.
Loudly prevalent: wish and acceptance. A daring harmony. 🙂
Someone who lost in life,lost in a dream.Resigned indeed.So impressive.
You are so kind. Thank you.
Very lovely and touching : )
I find many of your images provoke quiet contemplation Elena and this one is no exception .
So very tenderly rendered . an expression and body language no one could be in doubt about . Resigned indeed .
Thank you for your insight, Poppy. Much appreciated.
You’ve captured that resignation so beautifully Elena, this is just what my dear friend with Motor Neurone looked like right towards the end of his long battle. He could still raise a smile though for others…
Exactly, Jen. Thanks so much for your thoughtful comment.
You’ve captured the look perfectly! Awesome!!
Thanks so much Melia!
Wow, amazing. So quiet and strong.
Thank you, Cindy.
The expression on the face superbly captures the feelings.
I thought i saw myself in there…
Resigned and in sorrow
with a soul and mind refusing to follow the physical decline.
Motorised chair for now – wheels to follow …
I had never conceived such situation from an Artistic angle.
Seeing this painting somehow made me feel a little better.
I’m so pleased that it helped a bit. I suppose it’s universal. We all understand, at one point or another. Thanks so much, Tigress. I hope today is a very good day.
How you are able to bring out so much emotion is beyond me! This really hit home…
Unfortunately, we all see that look in ourselves or loved ones at some time. I know what you mean. It was a tough one. Thank you, Robin.
I feel like I just saw myself. As always, this is gorgeously done. I would love to see how you do these, if they are as organic or you sketch your idea? No pressures… I’m just curious. Always curious!
I’m working VERY loosely from family photos, only pulling what I want and then changing from there. I don’t sketch, but just put the brush to paper. That works better for me. Thanks much, Linda!:)
A dab here and there from your brush always manages to confer so many intense feelings!
YOu are so kind, Patti. Thanks so much!
great image, but I want to believe that a smile is playing around her mouth…
Some days there was humor, other days not so much. Thank you Carol!
The body language is just right. Brilliant.
Thanks so much, Richard.
Ah, she does indeed seem to have that look, but I wish it’s just calm…
Beautiful, Elena! 🙂
Thank you Marina!:)
so emotional… I hope he is OK though 🙂
He passed a long time ago, but a sad end of life. Thanks for your thoughtful comment:)
Well captured ! 🙂
Thank you Yoshi!:)
Beautiful and hits a cord Elena – the expression breaks my heart.
I’m glad the expression comes through, Mary. Thanks for you comment:)
oh this feels sad!! I hope the person was…wait is this of a person or from your mind?
It’s a little of both Elisa, but based on a family member.
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