Glass Travel Mug - Shrooms & Grasses - Original Artwork!
Glassware & paint
5.5”h x 2.25”- 3.5”diameter
12 oz/354 ml
Yevi is in love with the woods, especially in the summer! When she was little she'd go for long excursions with her dad every weekend foraging for mushrooms and collecting pretty flowers along the way. So this adorable one of a kind, handy, reusable coffee cup was bound to be her woodland fantasy come true. The painting is done in a range of warm oranges, burnt ochre, deep greens and bright red. The mushrooms came out to be super cute peeking through the grass leaves.
Artist note: my hand applies all drawings and paintings. No hired artists, no heat transfers or screen-printed processes are ever used. Each piece is truly a unique fine artware.
*Up-cycled artwares are fired at high temperatures making them suitable for daily use. (Note: mediums contain no toxic ingredients: ASTM D-4236 safety code).
Although artwares are dishwasher-safe, we cannot guarantee drawings and paintings will remain as vivid in the long run. In order to maintain the life of artwork, avoid abrasive cleaners, scouring pads. Just a bit of hot water and soap is needed to keep it clean.
*Copyright © 2021 · All Rights Reserved by Yevgenia Davidoff.
Get to Know the Austin Artist:
My paintings are inspired by nature, memories, and children’s books I grew up with. Observation and drawing are very important parts of my creative process. Favoring fantastical realism, working intuitively allows a shape of the object to dictate the kind of plant that I pair it with. I often lean towards wildflowers, which was my mom’s favorites. I believe my vibrant, yet melancholic and nostalgic artworks convey intrinsic beauty and celebrate the imperfections of nature.
I am best known for my one-of-a-kind, hand painted tableware’s and lighting that are both artistic and functional. I was born in Russia where I was classically trained in drawing and painting. My family moved to New York when I was 14. I graduated from Fashion Industries High School, and earned my BFA experimenting with contemporary art at the School of Visual Arts, where I met my husband Carlos Carrillo - also a fine artist.
Together we founded CCYD Studio & Yevgenia Artwares in Brooklyn, NY in 2011. I went on to receive my MFA from the Fashion Institute of Technology in Art Gallery management. After we started a family, we decided to relocate from NYC. Since late 2015, we have been living, working, and playing in the rolling hills of Austin, TX. I continue to create botanically inspired artworks, Carlos manages the day-to-day operations, and the entire family gets to enjoy the beautiful state of Texas.