It may grow back, but does it have to be this way? This work began during the raging fires in California and Australia, and then the pandemic hit. The creature represents all of these events. Deep wounds take time to heal, but there's a glimpse of hope symbolized by the crystals on Forest Guardian's body. … Continue reading Forest Guardian – Polymer Clay Sculpture
This cameo is one of the first resin series called "Floating fruits" done by Oksana. This one of a kind pendant features a miniature pear on a branch suspended seemingly in midair inside an antique bronze cameo. In reality, the pear is held in place by translucent with a touch of sparkle resin. The resin … Continue reading Pear Branch Necklace, original jewelry
I remember being interested in jewelry since I was little. Once, I found a few broken necklaces and chains in my mom's drawer, and fixed them by attaching missing links or jump-rings using my dad's pliers. I don't think anyone really taught me how to do it, I just did. I went into making my … Continue reading Charm Bracelets out of Polymer Clay
Recently, I tried a new brand of clay, and I'm honestly impressed. I bought a batch of CosClay in light gray from their Kickstarter leftover sale. I meant to buy the set of different nude shades for doll making, but unfortunately they ran out before I made it to the checkout page. You know it's … Continue reading CosClay Polymer Clay Review
This sculpture is a part of 2019 Sky Whale series. My love for dynamic and movable sculptures is displayed well in this series. Most sculptures tend to be quite static, but I like to design them to be eerie and movable. This is why a lot of my sculptures are designed to be suspended in … Continue reading Starwhale, polymer clay sculpture
This adorable whale appeared in our world at the end of 2019. Skywhales are magical creatures that can easily fly between parallel worlds and bring fortune and happiness.
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 … Continue reading The Last of Jewelry
Long time ago, I’d heard the call of the sea. Since then, mermaids and sea creatures have been appearing in my artworks. Today, I’d like to introduce a new category in my art gallery, the sculpture! I have started the Sea Creatures series a while back, and I hope to continue adding new creations to … Continue reading New art category: Sculpture