A New Home


Ribbon Study         Oil on Canvas 16″x20″    A study, for another ribbon themed piece.

  And, a new website.   www.elenacaravela.net  

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. Your new home is cosy and very beautiful. The design shows your work in a more visual way and the visitor gets a better idea of your talent. Well done.

    Have a great weekend!

  2. I love this one!! I love all of them really. I would really like to feature your work on my blog. Would you be interested?

      1. Ohh that’s exciting! Would you send a bio, a paragraph on why you love art, and your favorite examples of your artwork to megep [at] ymail [dot] com? I cant wait to post this!

  3. It’s been a long time since I’ve seen subtle emotion captured so well in a painting. Bravo.

  4. Elena you keep coming up with these stunners every now and then! This has to be one of my all-time favs.

    The website looks beautiful. I am going to be checking it out often as it has so many paintings that I hadn’t seen earlier. Thank you for sharing the link.

  5. Wow, the ribbon is amazing! Seems to be several different textures/materials of ribbon. Too cool! And congratulations on your new site! So great to see all of your series together like that. Holy cow, the Divide ones in particular are so haunting.

  6. Such a sweet portrait. Reminds me of when I would go to school with a ribbon tying my hair back. Congratulations with your new website as well- a wonderful gallery of your works.

  7. I love this and your new website. ❤ I was delighted to find a couple more selfies over there. I love the way the colour of your eyes shines out in one of them in particular; beautiful.

    1. So glad to hear, Belen! You know, when you make something that is supposed to work, you never really know if it does the job. Thank you for taking the time to check it out, and thank you for your helpful, kind comment.

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