Recently I was lucky enough to catch Elana Hendler in Los Angeles for a quick lunch and peak at her artwork. Elana is an artist who focuses on black and white ink renderings which show depth in a two dementianal space.
A quick glance through her portfolio left me with a new view of the ability for ink to create strong positive and negative space. Each rendering shows a different way in which complex shapes can work together to create textures, volume and character. It was a treat to see her work and meet her.
I found some of Elana Hendlers images online, but if you want to stay up to date with her latest work or find out more, then I suggest you check out her social media presence.