This year, my paintings are dominated by various pears. I keep painting them because it feels like more can be done or something can be improved. At the same time, I study the form in general. The question is how to make it more realistic, graphic, and vivid. This is the way to achieve beauty, … Continue reading Juicy Pear, watercolor painting
Pyrogies with blueberries *_* It was seriously tough not to eat them >.> Available for sale!
That's probably my favorite pun %) I think, I overdid it a little with the shadows here, but I enjoy seeing the way my paintings change and evolve. Available for sale!
I keep a bunch of fake fruits on the table for the times when I'm too lazy to get an actual fruit or vegetable, or simply can't like with this whole quarantine deal. I just turn them and paint over and over, all I care about is the shadows on the shape ^_^ I might … Continue reading Green pear, watercolor drawing
I wanted to make my watercolors more vivid, so this one turned out with fairly high contrast. Do you like when watercolor paintings are more subtle or vivid? Available for sale!
Doesn't this gourd look like an adorable duckling on its back? ^_^; I think with everything that's going on, we could use a little of cuteness! Available for sale!
The beauty of pumpkins and gourds is in how long one can keep them without spoiling. Whenever I'm low on fruits or veggies, I turn to these! They come in variety of shapes and colors, and they're just fun to paint in general. Half way through the composition, I've noticed that I centered this fella … Continue reading Yellow gourd, watercolor painting
I haven't used watercolors in years, but now it felt like I want to experiment with them. I also always feel upset for eating all of the beautiful fruits and veggies without painting them first! While oils and acrylics are quite a hassle to set up, both have limitations, watercolors are pretty easy to work … Continue reading Three persimmons, watercolor painting