Here is a selection of watercolors, inks and many floral details. Most of these can also be found on my Instagram @maria.over
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Over the summer, I developed the story of Julie who is looking for her courage and illustrated some of the pages: Julie is a little girl that is fine as long is it’s light outside. Her parents named her after the sunny month of July, they say she is a child of the sun. But CONTINUE »
Am 10. Juni fand im Nähatelier Louloute der erste Creative Sunday mit dem Thema Aquarell statt. Hier einige Impressionen des schönen Workshops. Den Teilnehmerinnen und mir hat er wirklich Spaß gemacht, und ich kann den 2. Creative Sunday kaum erwarten!
Creative Sundays ist eine neu ins Leben gerufene Kreativserie in München. Raum und Zeit, Neues zu lernen. In einer kleinen Gruppe Gleichgesinnter gestalten und sich inspirieren lassen. Los geht’s am 10. Juni mit Aquarell. Wir nehmen uns an diesem ersten Creative Sunday die schönsten Blumen und Zweige von Floristin Petra Müller vor. Ich erkläre dir CONTINUE »
Monika and Claire at Louloute started a crowdfunding campaign to fund their sewing patterns in April. In support of the campaign, I painted their shop windows with abstracted enlarged compositions made out of their patterns. Here are impressions of the work in progress.
2018 began with a desire of renewal. Of creative energy, of ideas for the new year and of turning my jewelry studio into a space that truly represents me and my work. I had fallen in love with Farrow&Ball’s color called „Red Earth“ as it reminded me of the American Southwest, Adobe dwellings and sun. CONTINUE »
While the second half of 2016 was all about shop window illustrations, the end of 2017 was characterized by many new pieces of jewelry. Long, cascading and bold styles emerged out of my studio and were met with great enthusiasm! Two private sales and the annual Glockenbach Weihnachtsmarkt in Munich’s Muffathalle presented wonderful opportunities to CONTINUE »
Simone, a lovely customer and friend, who has a passion for baking and runs a blog, invited me to join jewelry and cupcakes for an indígena private sale event in November. Here are some photos of the fun afternoon we had with her friends, the most delicious food and lots of jewelry!
After the so-perfectly-fitting spring window, Anna from Heimat am Kopf in Haidhausen asked me to paint her window again for the fall. We decided on a friendly bunch of forest dwellers: two bears and several smaller creatures framed by a wintery forest. A fox looks out curiously, the two bears want to see who’s walking CONTINUE »
In September, I had the opportunity to return to Hamburg for another Private Sale with a wonderful group of women! Many of them had been at the previous indígena Private Sale in 2016 and brought their girlfriends with them. My friend Caroline was the best host you can imagine and offered the comfort of her CONTINUE »