Now these two paintings that I’ve painted three years ago belongs to my former classmate Vilma. She wanted something blue and something orange, some sea view with standing man’s figure and some tree. Continue reading By the sea, by the tree…
Once upon a time, my uncle gave me a lot of unused tape from wooden boards. I was able to cut them with knife or scissors and carve them easily, also to smeared with sandpaper. I was looking for the opportunity where I could use my passion for solving puzzles, sticking things together. When I was finally able to make very delicate fish scales, roof tiles or bird feathers for the first time. Continue reading DIY step by step: how to make wooden falcon
This painting represents very dark period in my life. I painted it when I had stomach problems and I was very sick. So, yes, my emotional condition contributed to this work the most.
Actually, “Dark reflections of life” is more poster then a painting. Continue reading Dark reflections of life
Spring is coming! And recently I remembered about all those piles of Fimo modelling clay that were waiting for my touch. I decided to make something from it and I want to share an idea with you Continue reading Art lesson #1: How to make simple modelling clay column
We all have memories from the past that we long forgotten. Some of them doesn’t return in any shape or form, because we disposed of triggers that lead to those memory paths. And we all have done this for the good or bad purposes. Continue reading Bygone poetry: Silybum Spire
My mother was graduated from folk art studies, specialized in craft of weave and it’s just so happened to be that I also found interest in this craft. I started to learn how to weave since I was 3-4 years old. And here is some examples from my weaving products: