Elf EVANS Art Collections
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Artwork by Elf EVANS
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Venitian Joker by Elf EVANS
Old Man and The Tree by Elf EVANS
Bicycle and Sparrow 2 by Elf EVANS
Behind The Walls 2 by Elf EVANS
Nativity by Elf EVANS
St.Coulomb by Elf EVANS
Orange Candle by Elf EVANS
Does Anybody Know What Time It Is by Elf EVANS
Tall Ship in Saint Malo by Elf EVANS
Swan One by Elf EVANS
Pretty Woman I by Elf EVANS
Sherrie's Delight by Elf EVANS
Honor To Karo 3 by Elf EVANS
Jazz by Elf EVANS
Pepper and Tomato by Elf EVANS
Pretty Woman 3 by Elf EVANS
Vauban Bassin by Elf EVANS
Peace by Elf EVANS
Flamenco Dancers by Elf EVANS
CHAOS by Elf EVANS
Rocked Out by Elf EVANS
Solidor and Cross by Elf EVANS
Tear Jerkers by Elf EVANS
Silent Night in Venice by Elf EVANS
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About Elf EVANS
Elf Evans began his artistic career in Santa Monica, California as an Abstract Expressionist Painter inspired by artists from the New York School of painting. He attended Hollywood Art Centre School on the GI Bill, and also studied commercial photography at Santa Monica City College. Working as an assistant to such fine photographers as Andrew Strauss in Los Angeles, and later for Jeff Hicks in Los Gatos, California has helped Elf develop his unique Styll Lyfe style of studio compositions.
Colour and lighting are the immediate methods of distinguishing his techniques from other photographers. And since moving to France in 2008 he has continued to exhibit, impress and strive for the ever illusive best possible ingredients for his compositions....much like a talented 'chef' choosing the right elements for a fine meal.
A key feature of his work is not to overcrowd his images with too many features, thus allowing the viewer to use their mind, eyes, and intellect to guide them around his spacial compositions. The paintings of Piet Mondrian often appear to have influenced Elf by his use of primary colours, and understated placement of models in his work(s). Working often with Mannequin Heads and Musical Instruments to convey meanings far beyond the typical floral arranging ideas employed by many, he brings to life the energy hidden inside these unmoving subjects. Viewers often sense the peace and surreal nature of his works long after their first encounter and return for more.