Saturday, August 14, 2010


Thanks a lot dear friends for your wonderful comments for the
previous post! I actually cut one of the fruits as you said and it looks
exactly like an apple! So I guess these trees are crabapple trees.
I did a few painting on stones that I had found by the beach.
The colored parts are acrylic colors and I used a Pigma Micron 005 pen
to draw the black fine lines! It's much easier that a brush, especially
when the surface of the stones is not very smooth.


  1. Hello! In fact I expected to see the inside of a pomegranate!:)Now I know what it is - we have this tree in Bulgaria. The pebbles are just lovely - you gave them a new life... Where did you gather them ?

  2. Thanks a lot dear Kate and Rossichka! xo

    Rossichka: I was thinking that they are more like pomegaranate too! It's funny! :) I found them by a beach located at east of Toronto, called Beaches. (Lake Ontario)

  3. These stones are SO BEAUTIFUL- so so so pretty. You are so talented and everything you do inspires me so much!

  4. the stones are so pretty! amazing detail. i just love them, especially the chicken. :)

  5. These painted stones are breath taking! You always amaze me with your ideas and your delicate artworks.

  6. Those stones are so sweet! Love them. ^^


  7. Oh it was a while I did paintings on pebbles, they are great and thanks for reminding - I should do it again sometimes :)

  8. i adore the stone with the little tree - precious!

  9. these are so nice what a great idea!

  10. Awww! I was collecting small plane stones for making same, Afi!
    I will do it anyway and this will not be a copy of yours! I just had that same idea in my mind all July! :D

    P.S. Lovely stones! I wanted to paint berries and cute animals! :D

  11. the stones reminds me of David vs the Goliath David used the stones, a story of "encouragment". Maybe you could create a series where it tells an inspirational story too. This is so pretty! Love it :)

  12. mi piacciono molto questi sassi dipinti, ma son bellissimi tutti i tuoi lavori!


  13. These are really lovely.

    Thanks for sharing.
    Rambles with Reeese