Almost by the words of great George R. R. Martins – sometimes small art can cast a large shadow as Julia Las through her talent and newborn passion grows into an exceptional artist she leaves behind adorable watercolor miniature paintings. This is a story of a Ukrainian 31-year-old office worker who had a little more time on her hands and she used it creatively. Limited by small breaks at her office, she started drawing miniatures because she couldn’t finish anything larger in time. Now it is her biggest passion! She is in love with the process itself. The amount of detail put into such a tiny space always brings joy to Julia and now she even shares her joy with people around the world. She is currently selling on Etsy her signed prints of paintings no bigger than 3 cm in length and the feedback is always full of warm words and support feeding Julia with more confidence and dedication. “When I paint, I feel like a jeweler who is cutting a diamond, having no right to make a mistake. I paint with bated breath,” Julia describes her love towards the art.
Sometimes small art can cast a large shadow
This is a story of a Ukrainian 31-year-old office worker
Julia Las had a little more time on her hands at the office…
…and she used it in the best possible way – creativly.
Limited by small breaks at her office,
She started drawing miniatures so she could finish in time
Now it is her biggest passion!
And the result is always 100% adorable.
“When I paint, I feel like a jeweler who is cutting a diamond…”
“…having no right to make a mistake.”
Julia sells her miniatures on Etsy
Prints are no bigger than 3 cm in lenght.