I have been looking at these little feathery creatures more often than usual lately ~ as I am currently working on a little portrait painting co-starring an owl~ and thought I would share some of the gorgeous images I have found around the net:
I fell in love with this beautiful wallpaper from Abigail Edwards. My, If green-blues accented with gold could be indexed as one color, it would be my absolute favorite :) And now I really really wish we could have some wallpaper...sigh. We are currently renting, so I can't possibly bear the thought of having to go through wallpaper-ing the house if I am going to have to say goodbye in a few months' time.... oh well.
After having spent many years antagonizing each other, Alma, connoisseur extraordinaire of equilibrium, and Sebastian, virtuoso of stilt walking, finally realized they had much more in common than either one of them would have ever thought, and decided to join acts and hearts alike.
A Balancing Act, acrylics on canvas, 10 x 12 inch., 13 x 15 inch. framed
More details on the upcoming shop update tomorrow :)
Amelia and this rather lonesome little raccoon met in the forest on a warm spring afternoon, and after having spent such a lovely time in the girl's company (during which she told him stories of garden parties filled with cupcakes, tea and meringues), the little creature insisted that she took him with her so that he could live in that same, sweet-filled world as her.
Take Me Home, acrylics on canvas, 8 x 10 inch., 11.25 x 13 inch. framed
I hope you are all having a lovely weekend :) xoxo
After being in the Otter's presence for a while, Oscar soon realized that they were even more alike that he would have thought.
They were both inquisitive, playful and intelligent little things, although Oscar couldn't say he shared in the Otter's enjoyment in sliding around on the muddy bank!
Oscar And The Otter, acrylics on canvas, 8 x 10 inch., 11.25 x 13 inch. framed
As you can see, I have finally found what seems to me to be the perfect kind of frame to host my painted editorial. I just love its intricate details and I can't believe how warm and rich its golden tones are. I have been searching for the perfect golden colour for my frames for quite some time now, and I think I have finally found it :)
And after I have shared the narrative of each painting with you, they will make their way to the little shop! xoxo
After having ooh-ed and aah-ed for quite some time over La Petite magazine, I was thrilled to be approached by them a while ago for a collaboration to be featured in their latest issue.
I have been working on this project behind-the-scenes, and now that the magazine's current issue is released, I am so excited to be able to share this painted-editorial-of-sorts with you!
I did one of their fashion spreads, which I imagined as diorama scenes from a rather whimsical natural history museum, and I must admit I had the loveliest of times working on this feature, especially since I got to style what each little cutie wears myself!
The original paintings in this series will be available soon, as I am still looking for the perfect frames for them to live in... You can see my painted editorial here, and of course, the rest of this beautiful, bursting-with-sweetness publication!