Lots of paint, loose and moody. Both are oil and relatively small, 11″x 14″ and 8″x10″ respectively.
art, oil painting, painting
D in Dots
So mysterious the upper one..! Love it!
How had I missed these! So powerfully moody!
Thank you, Rita!
Moody, definitely. Beautiful, of course!
Thank you, Cindy!
Stunning Elena as always! 🙂
Many thanks, Adrian!
This is inspiring me to sketch more!
I’m so pleased. Thank you!
Marcello’s right – there’s a real vulnerability there – both lovely, Elena!
Thanks so much, Richard!
A point of sadness, lots of pain and sickness flow through their eyes showing us their vulnerability.
Vulnerable indeed. Thank you, Marcelo.
Nice captures of feelings !
Thanks very much!
A very interesting pairing of attitudes!
Thanks very much, Louis!
Very emotive, Elena. Nice work!
Thank you, Tom!
Well done and well titled!
Thank you Mrs. Daffodil!
I love the way you can capture a moment or a glance.
Beautiful work, Elena! The first one has what I would describe a ‘steely edge.’
I like your description, Millie. Thank you:)
Oh…so wonderful! Filled with mood!
Perfect name for a “Mercurial” Body type (in the first young woman). A terrific rendering of a personality type. Thank you so much for sharing your work!
Thank YOU, Susan!
Elena, these, especially the first, are stunning
Many thanks, Derrick.
Soooo like your work. Just enough brush strokes to create the sense of the subject without it becoming photographic and taking away the viewer’s imagination.
So pleased by your comment. Thanks so much.
Excellent work… 🙂
Thank you, Drake!
Yes, the emotions just burst forth from both of these … wonderful work.
Thanks so much, Susan.
#1 wary, #2 weary — very nice work. Thanks for sharing.
Yes.True:) Thanks very much.
Both nice but I really like the one on the right (or second one).
Thanks much, Kevin.
Evocative and emotional! Nice work.
Glad you like them, Carol. Thanks very much:)
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