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I am painting an illustration of Cale Salad with Sweet Potatoes for my client packaging design:
Upcoming Easter was a good excuse for me to create a Nest With the Eggs in watercolor. I loved painting this symbolic artwork. Nest resembles a new life, a family, and a great new season.
And then, it is always great to add some colorful Easter Cards to my festive collection:
These are just a few cards, more are in my
One quite unusual request I’ve received from one International fellow artist recently. Her name is Hanita Yahotomi from Ukraine (http://vk.com/morra_design) and
she asked to transform my watercolor painting of
into a design for
I am so used to by now that my art is on Jams, Yogurts, Sauces, Marmalade, and on other packaging materials for farms and Farmers Markets. But this offer was quite unexpected and really exiting.
I was wondering how can the artist make the transition from stitch to stitch imitating my watercolor brush strokes.
And, as you can see, she did it perfectly.
I love it!
Here is for comparison, my original watercolor:
There are so many interesting, exiting and unexpected ways to express the Beauty of the Art!
In preparation for another exiting yogurt flavor for the International customer; I am painting lots of spices in watercolor these days. It was fun to paint cinnamon for the Apple Strudel label. Now it is time to explore a perfect shape Star Anise spice, Cloves, and Coriander.
The customer is already pleasantly surprised me with Elderberries flavor. It was fun painting the bunch of flowers in full bloom.
And you will be definitely surprised to learn the next flavor that contains some if not all the spices above 🙂
What I like in the Artist’s job that when it requires me to paint food illustrations in watercolor, I have chance to explore the beauty of the Nature while painting fruits, berries, vegetables, and now even spices.
In contrast with my previous post where I was presenting calm peaceful landscape, this Landscape With Mountains surely has some drama going on.
The diagonal brush strokes of the bursting clouds in the sky, the triangle shapes of the mountains and silver ripples on the surface of the mountain creek; all deliver active energy of the Nature and the stormy moods.
I wanted to mix realism in watercolor with impressionistic technique here; and, using a golden ratio in the composition, I invited the viewers into to the scene,but allowed them to be safe observers looking at the painting from the comfort of their homes.
When busy Holiday times are coming, sometimes we forget to breath in and breath out.
I wanted to paint this Peaceful Sunset Landscape painting with the calm waters and the pier and invite the viewers to cherish the moment of the quiet stillness of the Nature.
To all my dear Art Collectors and Followers,
I want to send a special greeting of
Thanksgiving time to express to all of you my sincere appreciation for your confidence in me and loyalty to my creations!
I am truly thankful and I extend to you my best wishes for a happy and healthy
Thanksgiving Day !!!
I was contacted by Liesl Marelli. the editor of
Women in Art 278 Magazine .
She came across my work on the World Wide Web, and found that it would add a wonderful diversity to the Women In Art magazine.
Per her note, she was glad to discover artist like myself; and, she was happy to invite me with my artwork for their October issue.
In the invitation letter, Liesl mentioned:
“Our magazine is published (in full) online and also in a printed format. We have more than 40,000 readers and our audience continues to grow.”
It was thrilled to share my art, particularly the landscape Blake’s Garden:
I was also happy to share my
My artist’s goal is to achieve a balance and harmony between the beauty provided by Nature and the ability of the artist to convey this beauty on two dimensional surfaces. When this harmony is accomplished it evokes a visual experience and generates the emotions between the viewer and the painting. I believe that watercolor is the medium that can do it all.