Resigned

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The Descent Series

 

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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. 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! 🙂

  2. 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 .

  3. 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…

  4. 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.
    Thanks!
    Tigress

    1. 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.

  5. 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!
    😉

    1. 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!:)

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