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Original paintings now also available digitally as NFTs

For immediate release

Award-winning contemporary painter Elizabeth Elkin announces new collection on OpenSea Polygon. A mixture of styles, focusing on vibrant landscapes and cityscapes translated through a unique expressionistic style.

The first NFT collection is a bespoke collection of fine art works specifically selected for tokenization. Offering a variety of styles and media, including: abstract, cityscape, figurative, floral, landscape, portrait, and still life. Unlockable content with each NFT includes a full resolution master image of the physical art piece.

These digital works are being made available to bring exclusive and otherwise inaccessible art to the greater Internet audience. Current subscribers and followers will be able to take part in future giveaways and incentives.

Here is a preview of some of the selected works, some never before seen or exhibited. Also some from various collections that will only ever be available digitally as an NFT. Learn more about NFTs here.

Preview only. See collection for high-quality images

Official collection URL:

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Summer Highlight, 2021

I had incredible time to travel to the Mont-Orford and Mont-Megantic Provincial Parks, Quebec in August.

This places are so beautiful and inspiring and very enjoyable to visit.

I painted one landscape in the Mont-Orford and did a lot of sketches during the trip

The most memorable part was visiting the Megantic Observatory and enjoy incredible view from the top of mountain.

I never could imagined before, to visit town of Lac-Megantic and see how they recovered from the rail disaster which happened in that place in 2013 . A train carrying petroleum crude oil crashed in the canter Lac Megantic.

But most enjoyable time in this summer trip was spending time with my family.

Mont-Orford Provincial Park, Quebec

Setting up the easel.

Oil on canvas, 12″x12″, In Mont- Orford ( not completely finished yet)
Mont-Megantic Observatory
Astrolab site

In Mont-Megantic, Quebec
Town of Lac-Megantic

I did a lot of photos from this incredible trip and now it’s time for painting!