A modern day society pushes creators to be extra creative and extra productive for the holiday season. Every year, I see pushy advertisement for sellers on all e-commerce platforms to help prepare for the end-of-year holiday rush. Get the holiday hashtags ready, add gift wrapping options, adjust shipping times, and so on. In other words,…
I have been working in Adobe Photoshop for over a decade now, and at some point their default interface changed to a darker gray. It looks cool and goes easier on the eyes, but I realized that it also results in lower contrast in artworks. Whatever one’s editing or drawing seems to have a higher…
Miniature and jewelry has been sort of a practice playground for me. When I first started working with polymer clay, I was looking to test the material and see its limits. Miniature is a great way to do this since it allows to use minimum of the material, and usually takes less time than a…
This whimsical wall sculpture is a part of the “Sea Creatures” series. This star whale is a magical creature, and she travels through space and worlds by navigating through clouds and stars.
Blue sky whale
This sky whale is a magical creature! He travels through clouds and seas, carrying travelers around the world to the places they could never even imagine in their wildest dreams.
This mixed media sculpture would make a great gift for sea lovers. The dolphin is hand sculpted out of polymer clay, then painted, and varnished.
Wave of Calm over Chaos
This abstract painting hides the idea of calmness taking over chaos. The perfect blue consumes the chaos of life, turning it into peaceful emptiness. From the other point of view, the blue wave could be creating chaos.
This miniature landscape painting was inspired by memories of frosty days and mesmerizing snow. The sound of crunching snow underneath one’s feet, the enchanting glow of the snowflakes in the sunset rays, the stillness of the sleeping river bound by ice.
Two and a Half Peaches
Food is the hardest subject to paint, because there is a good chance that it might get eaten before the artwork is finished. This still life painting of… two and a half peaches nearly did not happened because of this.
I’ve been trying to fully devote myself to art in the past two years. I’m trying to learn and practice as much as I can. However, workshops, classes and art supplies cost presents a certain financial challenge. If you like my work and want to support me, I would truly appreciate it! I have a few tiers set up on Patreon or even just sharing my art or social media pages would help a lot. Thank you so much!