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Daily Abstract Work

Abstract J213, mixed media on paper, 12"x 18
Abstract J213, mixed media on paper, 12″x 16

 

This is something new for me, it’s very unexpected even for myself. Painting with oil at daytime and mixed media – at evening.

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Continuum

Beautiful Roofs, oil on canvas, 24"x 30"
Beautiful Roofs, oil on canvas, 24″x 30″

My painting was accepted by jury to the upcoming show Continuum, to be held at the Arts & letters Club Toronto, February 24 to March 23.

This exhibition  is organized by Ontario Society of Artist and I’m very exciting to be part of this show.

 

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New work: Abstract

Abstract J013
Abstract J013
Mixed media on paper, 15″x 11′
Abstract D012
Abstract D012
mixed media on paper, 11″x 15″
Abstract J113
Mixed media on paper, 12″x 18″

 

I just started to paint series of abstract work on paper. I’m enjoying it very much and giving myself permission to experiment in these new abstract paintings. I’m using ink, acrylic, gouache, gesso on watercolor paper.

 

 

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Some drawings

 

Networking“Networking”

Number23“Number 23”

The Monster“The Monster”

I’m showing first time some of my drawings from Brain and Technology Series.

I used ink and watercolor on paper. Original drawings.

 

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Government of Ontario Art Collection

One of my painting donated to the Government of Ontario Art Collection

“On the Shore”, Oil on canvas, 20″x 24″, 2012

The province has in its collection the works of more than two hundred OSA artists from the OSA’s inception in 1872. This body of work chronicles the history of the Society as well as the development of art in Ontario.

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Art Solo Exhibition “Intersections”

Artworks Oakville presents:

Art Show “INTERSECTIONS” 
Julia’s Restaurant
312 Lakeshore Rd. E, Oakville, Ontario

April 2 – June 4, 2012
Opening Reception: Saturday, April 7, 2:00pm – 4:30pm

              elizabeth_elkin@yahoo.ca
              www.artworksoakville.ca

My solo exhibition “Intersections”, provides a unique opportunity to explore the relationship between the senses. Employing a unique oil painting style that is a mix of impressionism and cubism, I have once again developed a vibrant compilation of pieces. My work offers a glimpse into the delicate bond between music and the visual world, amongst other correlations.



The Sound of Music, oil on canvas, 30x36