Lily Pang is a full-time artist and a new mother with a lovely and affordable ($15 range) body of work for sale at Dawanda. Lily was born in China, studied in America, and now she’s based in Singapore where she just opened her Dawanda shop a few months ago — already she has a growing group of devoted fans. Clearly you can see why…
Her palette is dreamy and her images are soft, some resembling batik art and just so happen to be the ones that I really like. It’s interesting to see an artist translate a batik scarf into a painting as Lily mentions doing for one of her paintings. Some of her pieces begin as ink drawings and then are completed digitally when she cleans it up and adds color, others are acrylic paintings from start to finish. She also accepts commissions so if you are interested you may contact her via her blog.
(images from lily pang)
Vanessa Valencia from A Fanciful Twist just added some new prints to her shop, you may really like them…
(image from a fanciful twist)
I’ve blogged a lot about wall decals but I often wonder, do you buy them? Do you like them? What are your thoughts? I’d love to know where you stick yours, too. I have one tiny bird on my door and a few others on my window, but that’s about it. I tend to like them on windows, tiles, and appliances though I know the suggested spot is on the wall.
Elaine and Nell from Elly Nelly sent over some of their latest designs for us to enjoy today, you can see more in their store. Thanks ladies for the email!
(images from elly nelly)