Sneak peek at the new series part 2


It’s 26th May and I’m sitting in the living room and writing this post about my new series. The sun is shining brightly and I’m full of creative energy. I’m really grateful that I can do what I love the most.
The time really does fly. I can’t believe I have finished 9 paintings already. I haven’t showed these paintings to anyone, besides my family. I’m really excited already to hear what you guys think about my new series.
I will announce the name of my new series by the end of June so stay tuned.

I don’t know about you but I consider myself very curious person. I always like to see the pictures which show how an artwork came together. That’s why I added some pictures of my painting progress. Hope you enjoy!

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New series

New series

New series

New series

New series

New series

New series

New series

Sneak peek at the new series



I hope you had amazing weekend! For the past few months I have been working on my new series which I will launch in August. I miss going to the beach a lot. I love the sun and I love the ocean. Fortunately I don’t have to wait for a long time. It’s already April and I can tell that the weather is getting warmer and warmer every day here in Estonia.

The days are also getting longer and longer which means that my days will be more productive. I can focus more on painting. So far I woke up in the morning and spent all the time for painting, as long as there was enough light for it. I don’t like to paint when I have to use the indoor lights.

Since I won’t show any finished paintings before August, so I thought that I would create the series of blog posts about my work in progress where I will show you the sneak peaks of my work.

I can’t hide my excitement when it comes to using these beautiful blue and green tones. Each time I go to the art shop I totally lost my mind and buy so many colors, even when I don’t really need them all. Haha.

I found very beautiful colors: phthalocyanine blue, turquoise blue, viridian hue.

These are some of the colors that I will use in my new series.

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Here are some sneak peak photos:

new series

new series

new series

new series

new series

New series

new series

Pure Shores: behind the scenes


Pure shores

I’m so happy that I finished my new painting series Pure Shores. It took me a while to finish it. Painting ocean has been very calming and interesting at the same time. I have received some very positive feedback about my ocean paintings and it moves me deeply. I’m thankful from the bottom of my heart that you like and enjoy what I do.

Pure shores: behind the scenes

Pure Shores

Pure Shores

As you can see I really enjoy drinking tea while I paint. Sometimes I totally lose myself in the painting process and accidentally put my brush in the tea cup. Oops! I try to keep my desk organized ( most of the time), although sometimes I fail.

Pure Shores

My favorite part of this painting was to paint the beach waves, I did it by using my painting knife which has lately been one of my favorite tools when it comes to painting ocean. I think I might buy more painting knifes in different sizes to play with. Also I have found some new favorite oil colors.

Ever since I started using Newton & Winsor oil colors, I have started to love them! They have so many beautiful colors and high quality. What more could I possibly want!

The downside of loving oil colors so much is that I want to buy so many colors, even if I don’t need all of them. You know the feeling when you go to the shop with empty stomach and you feel like eating every possible thing that seems delicious. In fact, in my opinion everything seems delicious then.


Pure Shores

Pure Shores

Pure Shores

I like to paint and then take a moment to observe it from the distant to decide whether it needs some more paint or not.





Pure Shores


I would love to know which one of them do you like the most from my new series pure shores?

New palette


Are you an artist who loves to create and has a lot to offer to the world? Being an artist also means you have to have art supplies to do that. Sometimes for some reason we might not have an opportunity to buy new art supplies and spend money. I will tell you how I made a new palette for myself.

When it comes to painting, the palette is really important thing for an artist. I personally have used quite little palettes and plastic plates. Recently I have been thinking that I should get a bigger palette. I have seen many different palettes for sale:

  • traditional wooden
  • white plastic
  • real glass
  • clear acrylic plastic
  • “Stay wet” palette
  • Disposable palette paper

Since I wasn’t planning on spending any money on a new palette, I decided to take a look around my house. Suddenly I got a feeling that I should go to kitchen and see maybe there is something that I can use. At first I thought that this is crazy! There is no way I will find something from the kitchen. But I was wrong! I found an old refrigerator’s shelf which was left behind after we got a new refrigerator. It was perfect for my palette because my old one was too small and I needed more space for colors.
I’m so happy that it’s so big and it should be quite easy to clean. So if you are thinking about getting a new palette and you don’t want to spend money on it, then you should see maybe there is something you can use as a palette in your home.


Here are few pictures of my palette:



Comments are always welcome and encouraged. Please let me know how you made your palettes. Would love to know!

New small seascape paintings


Maybe you have noticed that I haven’t posted for a while. I’ve had a pretty tight schedule lately. A lot of commission works and beside that I felt like I needed  to take some time off and recharge my batteries, so to speak. You know the moment when you feel like you are a sponge which is left in the sun to dry. In this post I will talk about my new small seascape paintings.

Throughout all these years when I have painted, I was kind of looking and trying to figure out what it is that I love to paint the most. I painted trees, landscapes, animals and I even tried to paint people, the last of them was probably a really bad idea. Turned out I’m not very good at painting people. Oh my! Finally I realised that I love to paint the seascapes the most.

There is a meaning behind the colors. Each color affects us differently. Blue is reliable and responsible. According to google blue symbolizes trust, loyalty wisdom, confidence, intelligence, faith, truth and heaven.
Color blue also reduces stress and creates a sense of relaxation. Perhaps that’s the reason why painting seascapes is like a meditation for me. It helps me quiet the mind.

I feel like this year has a lot of things in store for me. I have so many ideas for new paintings. Since I happened to have canvas paper, I started to paint small seascapes and ocean. Besides these little seascape paintings, I will do a series of bigger paintings. I will paint tropical seascapes and oceans series.
I got the inspiration from my favorite places in the world.  I have always wanted to travel to:  Bahamas, Bora Bora, Maldives, Mauritius, Thailand etc. So far I haven’t had an opportunity to do that, so I thought that If I can’t travel right now, I will paint these beautiful seascapes and oceans and this will make me feel like I’m already there. Because when I paint them then I sort of lose myself in them. It’s kind of hard to explain.

“I dream my painting and I paint my dream”- Vincent Van Gogh

I had so much fun with these little seascape paintings. I realised that little paintings dry so much quicker which is a good thing because sometimes I am very impatient person. It seems like you will see many more small paintings from me, so stay tuned!

“The waves of sea help me get back to me”



Here are some work in progress pictures of my paintings:





Hope you like my paintings.What is your dream travel destination?