Elena Parashko Australian Artist

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Continuing my series of underwater paintings, I had a lot of fun creating this simple image of a clown fish emerging from a sea anemone. Here you can see the beginning stages with the underpainting of the anemone and then my drawing of the clown fish using white chalk.

I painted the clown fish and then started to shape the tenticles of the anemone with subtle colours. It was important to get a graceful flow of movement here.

Here is a detail of the finished clown fish. The warm orange colours of the fish are a nice contrast to the cool blues and greens of the anemone.

This is the completed painting. 
"Anemone" by Elena Parashko, acrylic on canvas, 20 x 25 cm, $190.


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