Eleonora Perlic works and lives in Zagreb, Croatia and she is greatly inspired by the beauty of life that surrounds her.
Inspired by the traditional wooden boat from 16-th century in Dalmatia that still can be seen on regatta called Rota Palagruzona.
Eleonora is a versatile artist where many subjects interest her. She also displays a keen eye for composition and form.
The above work took her 7 days to complete, but the results are very worth her effort with beautiful tones.
Eleonora Perlic says her Father often took her fishing, and this work is clearly inspired by a sweet childhood memory.
The depth in the "Queen Of Sorrow" is amazingly life-like and one cannot help but be astounded at the talent Eleonora has.
Old wells are seldom used any longer, but they can certainly inspire beautiful art!
The classic nude is always a pleasure to draw, paint or study for artists who like to do figurative works. Speaking from experience I can say it is very much like the curves and tones in a single rose, or a beautiful pear. Eleonora Perlic has mastered this art form in a very realistic and yet tender manner.
Beautiful watercolor lilies! I really admire the way Eleonora keeps her background loose and playful and yet her flowers are detailed and crisp. It adds a dimension to her work.
Stunning stillness using ink techniques produces a sense of calm when viewing the image.
Of this work, Eleonora Perlic says "I like walking on Zagreb streets in late afternoons and tried to capture late afternoon." I can see why. The tones and colors are luscious and and warm and yet neither over powers the other.
It has been my greatest pleasure to feature Eleonora Perlic. Please visit her works at the link below.
Atelier By Eleonora Perlic
Have a beautiful day!
Romanovna Fine Art