I wouldn’t mind spending a day or two in one of the magical, dazzling illustrated landscapes by artist Sara Boccaccini Meadows. There is so much happening in her beautiful work and I love it up to the tiniest detail! I remember sharing Sara’s work back in 2016 and it’s such a delight to see how her paintings have evolved over the years. For more, visit her website and follow her on Instagram.
I have been following the beautiful work of Italy based artist Margherita Paoletti for a while and figured it’s about time to share some of my favorites with you all. Hidden behind flowers or covered in detailed drawings, there’s something so whimsical and powerful about her beautiful portraits that gets me every time.
Oh my, it has been way too long since I shared a ceramic Gift Guide. Working on my own pots has kept me busy lately, but now that I am traveling in Japan I have been super inspired to get back to it and search the web for new clay made gems. Browsing through them on Etsy was so much fun!
There’s something about the beautifully illustrated characters in Nadia Valavani’s drawings that makes me stare at them for a long time. Curious for a story behind their faces, making stories up myself. Nadia draws under the name Old Brown Shoe Stories, which connects to the stories “that each human being carries with.” In this interview at Pikchur Magazine you can read more about Nadia’s beautiful work. To stay up to date of what she is working on, follow her on Instagram.
I wrote about the colorful work of artist Roeqiya Fris some years ago and have been adoring her new creations that have been passing on my Instagram feed since then. Inspired by Arab culture, fashion and nature, Roeqiya’s paintings are rich of countless colors, patterns and details that carry a magical, wanna-be-there kind of atmosphere.. Love!