bsnowing copy

Oil and Acrylic on Canvas 18″x 24″

It’s icing/snowing-again.

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. Gradation of blues and grees are stunning,she has got an enigmatic expression,I wonder what she is looking at,is she expecting something?I don’t know what’s going on in her and that’s very haunting.Everything is gorgeous…:)

  2. You always succeed with your artworks. I’m wondering, do you use real models or photos when you paint ? Great works.

    1. So glad you think so, Taina. I wish I could have models sit for me, but it’s difficult enough to find models for photo shoots. I do however, work from photos that I’ve taken. Thanks very much:)

  3. The perfect time to make more art! Love this…but then I love them all…but especially the detail of her blouse…gives it such a feminine touch. She’s beautiful. Stay warm!

  4. A delightful statement from a very beautiful girl – despite her predicament she turns her best side to the artist and feels to make sure her hair is as she would wish it! That’s one cool lass in more ways than one!

  5. Another stunning example of incredible skill. The power of your design is awesome, I see her emerging from the mountain tops in perhaps triumphant in her quest. Beautiful lighting and texture throughout. Love her skin tones.

  6. This is beautiful. I love the blues and greens, and how she is is the middle of it all, where’s the beauty.. In any part of this painting! xo

  7. Should I say it again? Another masterclass, Elena! The lighting on the face is quite lovely – it reminds me of that fuzzy reflected brightness you get when dusted with snow… and on a similar vein, the ice and the background is just perfect. It makes me feel freezing cold, but in oh such a good way!

    We actually had some snow here – for the first time in a couple of years – over the weekend 🙂

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