Ginger Bread Cookies Illustration

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Ginger Bread Anise Star Coriander Clover painting
This is the painting that became an inspiration for the last Yogurt Flavor for the International client: 


Now it is the time to reveal the country where my illustration will be traveling. 

The customer is in Switzerland, and I had worked with amazing designers from Allink Company on this project. I am very grateful to them that they found me and introduced to their Yogurt producing company. I do not reveal the end-customer name until the yogurt go to the production. It is really amazing how my watercolors can travel the World at a faster speed than I can do 🙂

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Tulips With Sunflowers Mini Art And Fun Commissions

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watercolor realism
While working on a couple of projects, I wanted to place a few miniatures that are only 3.5″ wide. Above Tulips On The Window painting looks good and fresh with “vanished” edges. 

And this little Sunflowers contain my favorite contrast combination these days: a warm yellow against cool blues:
yellow blue floral still life
Meanwhile I continued working on my projects. 
The Colors Of Russia art show was quite successful (read the previous post here). As the follow-up I was asked to make a few more paintings for the clients, who loved the original show:

Russia Sketch
Another fun commission was something outside of my usual work. One client, a restaurant owner, asked me to make a little design for a business card that would contain some “FOOD items”. The challenge there for me was to simplify the paintings in order for them to be seen (be “readable”)  in a small area of a teeny-tiny business card… So, it was interesting to make it happen. 
The original artworks were 8 inches tall.

One of them had to have a symbolized bowl of soup:
food art
Another one had to “read” coffee and sandwich:  
Kitchen Art
I couldn’t resist to place a couple cookies there.

The design of the business card (the visual part of it) had to show the soup far in the background and the cup of coffee in the front:

The main text of the business card could be placed over the bowl of soup..


In Every Piece Of My Art There Is A Piece Of My Heart And A Sparkle Of My Soul