Watercolor Of Salted Caramel Step by Step Illustrations

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Watercolour Food Illustration Salted Caramel artist illustrator Irina Sztukowski

 

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Step by step illustration of watercolor Salted Caramel that I’ve painted for my client’s packaging design.

 

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Love Is All Around – Looking Back

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Valentine's Card
Only one month is left before Valentine’s Day; and, I am working on Valentine’s designs. This season I’ve started with a few images from my collection.
All of them, in my opinion, are well suited for this heart-full holiday.
The Tulips On Fire above were so good for warming up any heart; and the reach background might be loved by a person, who (like me) appreciates green.

Next design is definitely for purple color lovers. 
The Stripy Purple Orchid was a good match:

Happy Valentine Day Card
A written Love Note looks great on this still life with the Pen and A Red Heart:
Happy Valentine's Day card
An antique doll is inviting her Valentine for a Tea Party:
Be My Valentine
A Sweet Valentine note to her mom from a cute baby in a Heart shaped dream:
Be My Valentine watercolor card
And a few giggles from a Red Hat holding a colorful heart-balloons bouquet:

Red Hat With Sunglasses
And now, I am off to paint new artworks for new Valentine cards’ designs.

Love Is All Around!!!

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



Sweet Memories

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mouse painting
SOLD
(prints are available HERE)
One mysterious thing happened to me a few days ago. 

I had to paint a cat, who died last year. For this sweet memory artwork, the owner sent me a photo. Together with the first photo, she sent a picture of her new cat. Ok, I thought, I’ll place both cats on one painting. The cat that was gone will be on the framed photo and the alive one will look through the window. 

Just as I was ready to paint I’ve learned a terrible news: the other cat was found dead on the street next to his house. So sad…

…I started working on the painting. My plan for the composition did not change, except, that for some reason I decided to place a mouse next to the first kitty. The same toy I placed on the window. Why? I had no explanation, but “why not, each cat might have a mouse-toy at some point, right?”

But how little I knew. When the painting was delivered to the owner; she almost burst in tears. Her beloved cats were “speaking” to her from the painting looking so much like in real life. She also asked how I KNEW about the mouse story. What story?!

 And here it goes: 

When the first cat died, she packed all his toys and placed them to the attic. Yet one toy was missing: his favorite mouse. Later, when she invited a second pet, he found the toy and it became one of his favorite, as if the first cat passed it to the new one as a generous gift.

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Original Painting Sweet Memories is 8″x10″ on 140lb Fabriano Watercolor Paper


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