Muesli Watercolor On Packaging

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It is always great to see my watercolors on the packaging design:

Watercolor on Packaging Food Illustrations Muesli

 

The most exciting part that I had to paint the muesli one great after another as well in watercolors 🙂

Watercolor Muesli Illustration in Watercolor for Packaging

 

Watercolor Animals Illustrations – Horse

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This watercolour and ink painting of horse was prepared for a Coloring Book on Horses. Today I am testing this illustration with various supplies:

Watercolor Ink Horse Illustration by Artist Irina Sztukowski

The Coloring and Activity book is available on Amazon, or by clicking the picture below:

Coloring Activity Book about Horses

Coloring Book about Horses

To become a co-creator just get the book and start coloring!

Live To Create!

Watercolor Food Illustration On Packaging – Burger

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My realistic watercolor of Burger is on packaging design:

Watercolor Watercolour Food Illustrations On Packaging Burger

Watercolor Food Illustrations On Packaging Burger

 

Visit http://sztukowski.art/ to see full Portfolio and Contact the artist to provide a quote for a commission artwork.

 

 

Time For Work – Time For Walk

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Bernard Goes To Music School children book illustration
In one of these two illustrations that I painted for the book “Bernard Goes To Music School” , I pictured the boy on his walk along the creek. He is curiously watching salmon swimming down the stream. The Fall season is indicated by colors in the trees on the apposite embankment and leaves on the ground. Fall has just started. Little boy loves to explore the Nature. He loves his walk!

But he also helps his parents in the garden. He is a hard worker. In the next illustration, I painted a garden filled with blooming flowers. The house is in the back lit by the morning sun. The boy has just watched his parents working in the garden, and now he is helping them by pulling this huge pipe, arranging the landscape. And, I placed a porcelain decorative Mr Frog right next to the boy as if he helps him too 🙂  

Bernard Goes To Music School book illustration
Paining children book illustrations is fun, and it is a process that needs to be well organized. The artist should not overlook any elements. They are all helping kids to explore the illustration later on, when parents are reading the specific page. The composition of the paintings would help the exploration flow. 

In these two illustrations I tried to play with diagonal composition (The Salmon Creek) where the painting’s energy is “moving” with the stream. And, in “Working Boy” I “locked” the composition on the boy with the pipe by placing tulip flowers on the left of the illustration and the frog to the right of it. 

Bernard Goes To Music School book is now published and available on Amazon.com. It is easy to find by clicking HERE or by placing Irina Sztukowski in Amazon search window.

  • ISBN-10: 1523864753
  • ISBN-13: 9781523864751

Spices – Star Anise – Coriander – Cinnamon – Cloves

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realism in watercolor spices Irina Sztukowski
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. 

Jam Labels Project Rising

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realistic painting
About a month ago I’ve received a request from one jam producing company from Great Britain.
They loved my Farmers Delight series, which was created after my first Jam Labels project:

farmers market delight
This company thought my style of painting will fit greatly the labels of their jams, relishes, and marmalade. 

realism in watercolor
There will be dozens of new designs that I will need to create. I am quite excited about this new Jam Labels opportunity. It will involve my artist skills and polish my illustrator skills as well.

Many hours of work are ahead; but for now, the jars are waiting for the labels 
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