Wednesday, May 27, 2009

Naked shoulders

Another hand-painted pendant. I called it "Naked shoulders"
I've painted the woman with gouache colors on
pottery clay and glazed the illustration only.
The rest has remained a gorgeous matt.
It has inserted in polymer clay and got baked.

I also wanted to share this song with you.
It made my day!
I found it in lovely Fashion fucsia's blog!

Tuesday, May 26, 2009

Some of my recent Mini sculptures!

Recently I was working on some custom orders.
It's always so fun when my customers ask for
a specific animal!

Wednesday, May 20, 2009

My work on Decor8!!!

I'm sure that all of you already know about
lovely Holly Becker's blog Decor8 :)
Her blog has always been a big source of inspiration for me!
Today I as always I visited her blog and guess what??!!!
I'm featured there!!!

Many many thanks Holly! It's an honor for me!
HUGS!!!!! xoxo

Sunday, May 10, 2009

Happy Mother's Day!

It's Mother's Day and BunBun has looked everywhere
in JooJoo Land to find the best gift for her mom.
In the end she found a very sweet and fresh carrot
and she couldn't wait to give it to her mom.
It was around 8 PM, a beautiful night in JooJoo Land.
BunBun's mom was dancing by the beach.
She is a very good dancer and whenever BunBun sees
her mom dancing she becomes speechless! She adores her
mom and wants to be like her when she grows up.
Happy Mother's Day to all moms!!
And thank you so much for visiting!

Saturday, May 9, 2009


Lovely Amy of "The Peach Tree" has featured me
in her wonderful blog!!
Thank you Amy!!! Lots of HUGS!!! :)

Friday, May 8, 2009

Snails 5/33 and 6/33

My inspiration for these snails was blue and white
porceleins of China.
They were using cobalt oxide for making their blue pigments.
You can read about it here.
These snails are made of polymer clay and real shells.
and I have painted the tattoos with acrylic colors.

I have painted a tree branch white and attached my
polymer clay blossoms to it.
The inspiration for this organized collection
is from a wonderful Flickr group by Camilla Engman.

Monday, May 4, 2009

Illustration Friday: Hierarchy . Colorful cactuses

Hierarchy of colors in a cactus.
I painted this illustration with watercolor on paper.
I was inspired by this beautiful photo of cactuses in Arizona
by Sparklerama.

Wish I could grow such a big cactus at home :)
My grandma had a huge cactus, 1.2 meters and she
had grown it herself, but I think it took something
around 30 years for her cactus to grow that big.

This is the sketch of my illustration.

And here is the painting in my hand!