Nobody's Home Just Now
8 x 8 oil on canvas
First snow
6 x 12 oil on canvas
Outbuilding
8 x 8 oil on canvas
Scottish Highlanders
12 x 24 oil on Canvas
Decker Farm in Winter
12 x 36 oil on canvas
By the Battenkill
12 x 36 oil on canvas
Barn on 313
8 x 8 oil on canvas
View Through the Small Barn
8 x 8 oil on canvas
On Skelly Road
8 x 8 oil on canvas
Center Cambridge Road I
8 x 8 oil on canvas
Center Cambridge Road II
8 x 8 oil on canvas
Carney Cassidy Road
8 x 8 oil on canvas
Barn with Wooden Silo
8 x 8 oil on canvas
Christmas Corn Crib
8 x 8 oil on canvas
Cooke Hollow
8x8 oil on canvas
Barn window on Route 22
8 x 8 oil on panel
Wait! I'll get the door.
8 x 8 oil on canvas
Bedlam Farm in Autumn
6 x 12 oil on canvas
First Snow - Argyle
12 x 16 oil on canvas
Remains of snow-Argyl
12 x 16 oil on canvas
Faded Glory
12 x 16 oil on canvas
Flurries
11 x 14 oil on canvas
Cloudy with a Chance of Tractors
24 x 48 oil on canvas
Small Barn - Mulligan Farm
12 x 48 oil on canvas
View from the Small Barn - Mulligan Farm
30 x 40 oil on canvas
The Hill Farm
12 x 16 oil on canvas
Friends
12 x 14 oil on canvas
It's Lonely at the Top
24 x 30 oil on canvas
Broken Gate
12 x 16 oil on canvas
The Battenkill by the Georgi
24 x 30 oil on canvas
You've Got Mail
24 x 30
The Rouse Farm
12 x 24 oil on canvas
Road to the Small Barn - Mulligan Farm
12 x 16 oil on canvas
Meerwarth Farm
12 x 36 oil on canvas
Forest Floor
24 x 30 oil on canvas
Harrington Farm
12 x 36 oil on canvas
Farm on Cooke Hollow Road
12 x 24
Between Seasons
12 x 24 oil on canvas
Shushan Barn
12 x 24 oil on canvas
Waiting for the Greening
12 x 16 oil on canvas
Prosser Hollow
6 x 12 oil on canvas
Rexleigh Bridge
6 x 12 oil on canvas
Bedlam Farm in Winter
6 x 12 oill on canvas
At the end of the Road
6 x 12 oil on canvas
Horse Barn - 313
6 x 12 oil on canvas
Goat Farm
6 x 12 oil on canvas
Farm in Winter - Route 22
12 x 16 oil on Canvas
Fallen Birch
8 x 8 oil on canvas
Nestled in the Woods 6 x 12
oil on canvas

Artist Statement

Drawing and Painting have been a central part of my life since I could first hold a pencil and move it across the paper.  I have been fortunate to live my life in two countries, capturing their very different scenes in watercolor, oil, or pencil.  I have taken many photos of the places I have lived in or visited, and I have drawn (and painted) many pictures.  The photographs, for the most part, remain in their albums, and if I open the album to look, they remind me of those things that I have seen, but those things that I have drawn remain with me.  I don’t need to look at the picture I created in order to remember each one in vivid detail.   When you draw something, you become intimately involved with it for that short period of time, and the creative process brings you together with the scenery or the object that you are drawing in a most personal way.  It becomes meditation in which you become so totally involved with your drawing that you lose track of time and become centered and at peace.  It’s a gift.

Biography

Elana is a native of New York State, growing up in a small town on Lake Erie.  She received a BFA in studio art from Syracuse University and an MFA in studio art and art education from the College of New Rochelle.  In 1983 she moved to Jerusalem Israel where she lived for the next 21 years, painting and exhibiting her work.  She was a drawing and painting instructor at the prestigious Charles Smith High School for the Arts.  Upon returning to the United States, she continued to teach and to paint.

Elana now resides in Cambridge New York and paints landscapes of this beautiful countryside.

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