Artists now tend to come across new mediums to express their art. This exceptional talent was brought by the Lithuanian artist Alisa Lariushkina who was capable of making us forget the difference between painting and sculpture together along with her eye-catching artworks using Japanese Air-Dry-Clay.
This Lithuanian artist has proven that the use of versatile modeling mediums Instead of paints can make magic. Thus, she creates tactile artwork that you could both see and feel.
She has been working with Japanese Air-Dr-Clay for about 7 years. In earlier days she started her craft by making small art pieces and domestic decor. Eventually, years of experience helped her obtain her own unique style and correct techniques. When she started making framed landscapes out of this specific clay, Alisa’s captivating artwork was able to instantly capture the eyes of many people.
She has got a wonderful talent for creating Clouds, swirling skies, tiny grasses, flowers, and gentle water streams, using this specific material which can mostly capture in her artworks. Clouds that are made of white dollops add every other touch of appeal to the charming dreamscapes.
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