it’s been a while and I am truly sorry that I haven’t been able to post new stuff. I was pretty busy, but I promise that after this month I will be more present in here!
I am passing by just to announce my cyber week of sales in my shop – It’s a huge 25% off and I usually run this discount this time of the year only. If you are willing to gift to someone art, now it’s your chance!
The sale includes my originals, prints, paper kits and art classes and the discount will automatically apply at checkout. Easy peasy 🙂
Check it out some other works from the latest series that I am currently working on – is called “Floating Dreamers” and it’s focused on my research on patterns and abstractions.
Floating Dreamers is a series about my constant research on pattern and colour combinations. The title of this body of works is also connected to my fascination for the past, and the necessity to keep it “suspended” in time and space.
On my Youtube channel I am also posting the work in progress of these pieces, so you can enjoy the process 🙂
It took me by pleasant surprise to discover that behind this fab brand was hiding Serenella, an old Academy school mate of mine. I had no doubt that she would be a successful artist, and this is just the proof of what I thought! I am so proud to see her evolution into this intriguing design concept.
Phalena Atelier (by Serenella Tommassini) delivers a series of handmade pieces as jewellery, ceramics and illustration – all dipped into mythical, folk and symbolist stories. The beautiful aesthetic is the “fil rouge” that put all together, and brings us into a magic and mysterious atmosphere.
After the creation of Gentlemen and Gentlewomen, I thought that I needed to complete this series with a bunch of kids. These are all collages on small round wood panels.
I used acrylic and gel pens over some vintage portraits mounted on the wood boards. As all the adults of the series, even these little fellas are “aliens from the future landed on Earth to teach the good manners to the human species”.
My #morerainbows! series, which started during the pandemic, was a daily search for connection, hope, wonder and joy in which I embroidered silk rainbows onto found, vintage photographs. I felt the need for all of us to be able to see the rainbows in ourselves, in each other and in our world.
I am super intrigued by the aesthetic of the Austrian artist Mercedes Helnwein. Her talents move around different disciplines as writing, paintings, photography and film making. In this post I will focus on her fab portraits, where each piece seems to suggest us a story.
I enjoy the fact that each character on her paintings seems to hide a mysterious and somewhat dark secret and of course, the vintage look makes the whole creative project even better.
I have been involved in this exciting collaboration with the brand Stanley, where I had to “dress up” one of their products with a collage.
I never did anything like that before, so it was quite a challenge for me. The collab involved filming a commercial as well, so I was not sure if I could make it at first. I can say that despite the fears,
I am very happy that I tried something new, and also pleased with the final result. You can see what I have made on the video above, I hope you enjoy it!
Photodido is a smart collaboration between the artists Sandra and Geda. Sandra studied in Lithuanian Accademy of Cinema and Theater and graduated from Animated Visual Arts. Geda is a professional photographer and graduate of Vilnius Art Academy.
It’s not a surprise that from these 2 brilliant minds came out this beautiful creative project. Their artworks are a mix and match of collage, installation and sculpture. It looks like that each piece came out from a tiny nostalgic time capsule that recalls a puppet theatre.