Yevgenia Davidoff Hand Painted Botanical Portraits & Artwares

Yevgenia Davidoff Hand Painted Botanical Portraits & Artwares

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Yevgenia Davidoff is a Russian-born artist who hand paints botanical portraits on paper, glass, and

01/18/2024

Thanks for the kind words!!! ✨

Photos from Yevgenia Davidoff Hand Painted Botanical Portraits & Artwares's post 12/22/2023

Embracing the solstice shadows, where time and nature waltz in a dance of whispered secrets. 🌒❄️

Photos from Yevgenia Davidoff Hand Painted Botanical Portraits & Artwares's post 12/22/2023

Embracing the solstice shadows, where time and nature waltz in a dance of whispered secrets. 🌒❄️

12/15/2023

Digital gift cards are available again, now through Christmas-ish at the link in profile. These can be redeemed for website purchases *or* can be used on future commissions, excellent excellent gift, I say. ✨

Photos from Yevgenia Davidoff Hand Painted Botanical Portraits & Artwares's post 12/11/2023

While working on the botanical illustrations for the Hilma af Klint show in 2020 I had to adhere to the format of the traditional botanical illustration. It requires an artist to illustrate entire life cycle and notable plant parts for scientific identification purposes. So I had to think about the plant in its entirety from the physical appearance point to the life cycle duration – a kind of 4-dimentional point of view of any given plant. And at the same time present a fragmented cumulative portrait. It was an interesting exercise for me.
 
The work on that series inspired me to continue exploring notions of a whole in multi-dimensional sense and fragmented presentation of a whole. The series “Family Wall”, which will eventually encompass different plants, is started with my all-time favorite – Dandelion. The ubiquitous Spring-Summer wishing flower, my childhood pal, but also an edible and medicinal treasure! I believe this plant deserves an ever-growing representation. The series is made of multiple plant portraits representing different stages of plant’s life.
 
The portrait surfaces are made of concrete, hand-cast from single use plastic food packaging. This time-specific reference is important to me to record these times of major climate change. I want my works to be a reminder of how our consumption (food and otherwise) is directly affecting our environment and our reality.
 

12/05/2023

Goodbye my little Kalanchoe Mushroom. Off to the collector! Ask me about the Title! 😁 .

11/17/2023

A little Monument to Peony, before I pack and ship it. .
architecture

11/14/2023

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Pricing is 25% off.
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Photos from Yevgenia Davidoff Hand Painted Botanical Portraits & Artwares's post 10/22/2023

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10/17/2023

Thanks for the kind words, my lovely collectors!
 
★★★★★ "Such a lovely coffee set! Item arrived quickly and in very good condition. Excellent communication with seller! Yevgenia is kind, gracious, and super easy to work with. Photos are accurate, and this set looks even better in person, Always look forward to shopping here and always love what I buy!"
 
 

Photos from Yevgenia Davidoff Hand Painted Botanical Portraits & Artwares's post 10/11/2023

I wanted to talk about why I make what I make. The stimuli to create something comes from my desire to have a particular object in my home. What would I want to live with, not Tom, Dick or Harry. Me. It is like, the director needs to create a film he wants to see, same for me.
Everything I every created I live/ed with. There is a reason why I want to portray certain plants on my artwares – they remind me of my childhood. It is a common desire in humans to reminisce about childhood. Why? I think, no matter how hard (or carefree) the childhood was, it still is most certainly simpler times compared to what comes later. Do you agree?
If it’s not the physical or financial troubles that you need to overcome, then emotional, ethical, moral dilemmas. It all takes a toll. It ages us. Not in a cute-wrinkles-from-laughing kind of way… In a way that you loose hope. That age shows in the eyes. Man… that’s no where I wanted to seqway to. So really, my whole adulthood is spent in search for ways to resurrect hope. Nature that I depict is a conduit for me to connect with my hopeful inner-child. My most vivid memories from childhood are all from being in nature, with my parents or alone. The best memories.
 
What gives you hope these days?

09/27/2023

I absolutely love the space that artists’ lamps occupy at the intersection of art and design because the functionality of the piece/how and where it’s used changes the narrative of the piece. I’ve always been inspired by functional artwares. The current show of artists’s lamps at in NYC is a must see.

Inna Babaeva’s “Crack of Dawn”, 2023, hand blown glass, reclaimed wood, lightbulb, electrical cord,45 x 7 x 9 inches is on view in Glow at the gallery.
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“The experiences and illuminations of childhood and early youth become in later life the types, standards and patterns of all subsequent knowledge and experience, or as it were, the categories according to which all later things are classified—not always consciously, however. And so it is that in our childhood years the foundation is laid of our later view of the world, and there with as well of its superficiality or depth: it will be in later years unfolded and fulfilled, not essentially changed.” - Arthur Schopenhauer

This installation definitely draws from my childhood memories of experiencing the world. I hope I planted the aeed in my kids’ memories too.

Photos from Yevgenia Davidoff Hand Painted Botanical Portraits & Artwares's post 09/24/2023

Love having studio visits but almost always forget to take pics during them. Well, this time I wanted to commemorate a kid looking at my work. It’s very special to me. And thanks .lanina for visiting! .

Photos from Yevgenia Davidoff Hand Painted Botanical Portraits & Artwares's post 09/20/2023

This custom tea set popped up as my photo memory today. It was a wedding gift for a couple in Australia. So naturally we decided on Australian native plants. Such fun research and painting experience!

09/19/2023

concrete with botanical painting - a morsel of urban zen. 🥰 Im getting very succinct with my choice of materials.

Photos from Yevgenia Davidoff Hand Painted Botanical Portraits & Artwares's post 09/14/2023

The custom dinner set I recently shared inspired me to create more dinnerware options that was accessible price-wise and at the same time kid-proof.
I designed a line of 10 inch melamine (shutter-proof, BPA-free plastic) dinner plates based on my watercolor botanical sketches. This line will be expanding and I will be announcing new designs as they come out. So if you don’t want to miss a new release, sign up for my newsletter and enjoy a 20%off coupon on the new design!

Photos from Yevgenia Davidoff Hand Painted Botanical Portraits & Artwares's post 09/12/2023

Continuing the conversation about custom plates from the previous post, I wanted to share a branch -off of the glass salad plate that was part of that set.
I liked the Grass Fields theme of the custom set so much, but I realized that it is probably not something you want the kiddoes to be using. It’s fragile, it’s valuable and not that readily available for replacements. That’s the truth about one-of-a-kind artist made objects - artwares.
Still, I wanted to create something that was for accessible price-wise and at the same time be kid-proof. I designed a 10 inch melamine (shutter-proof, BPA-free plastic) dinner plate with the design from the glass salad plate. -side

Photos from Yevgenia Davidoff Hand Painted Botanical Portraits & Artwares's post 09/07/2023

TBT This throwback is to the great project I did, almost 10 years ago, back in NYC! Thank you !!!
I remember this because my first son was only 6 months old bouncing between his bouncer, swing and the crib as I was painting this grand set consisting of 8 table settings of 3 plates each, plus a platter, a crystal bowl and a glass vase. Ooooffff… And I thought I wasn’t productive enough…
 
This is the last work-live space we had in NY before we relocated to Austin, TX in 2015.
Do you want to see more of my studio shots throughout the years?

Photos from Yevgenia Davidoff Hand Painted Botanical Portraits & Artwares's post 09/03/2023

My email subscribers got a head start, but you can also take 20% off all available items in my shop through Monday with code: LABORDAY23

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Just a little something brewing in my studio. 🤗 Let me know what you think of it. .

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A sneak peak into what I’ve working on lately. This is a dry floral arrangement in a hand cast cement base. I re-used a take-out food container to make a few cement bases, thus extending the life of a single use packaging a little more. .

Photos from Yevgenia Davidoff Hand Painted Botanical Portraits & Artwares's post 06/13/2023

Cream ceramic french press set with a line drawing of Birch trees. .

Photos from Yevgenia Davidoff Hand Painted Botanical Portraits & Artwares's post 06/05/2023

Stinging nettles might be my all time favorite weeds. They were ubiquitous even in urban areas when I was little. I personally liked the strings of seeds. I’d use them as earrings in my pretend plays. The boys of course had different plans for this plant and us. But I do not hold grudges. My grandma used them for different tinctures and teas,which felt like magic to me. Thinking tenderly of those innocent times I used minimal line drawing on these white glass tumblers. .

Photos from Yevgenia Davidoff Hand Painted Botanical Portraits & Artwares's post 06/04/2023

Sundays are for brunches and linners… 💚

06/02/2023

The print of this mixed-media painting “Nest 03” is up on my website! Available only for the month of June! Comes in 8” x 10” on watercolor paper. Link to the Prints is up in profile 👆

05/03/2023

To my collectors: check your inbox! Just sent you something exciting 🤗 🤍
To everyone else: A very special sale is coming, start putting together your dream order now!

Photos from Yevgenia Davidoff Hand Painted Botanical Portraits & Artwares's post 04/17/2023

Magic of Nature 🥰🍄.

04/15/2023

Gentle moment on my photo table today 🤍 reminding us that life must be lived while we have the chance. Happy Saturday! ... MAGIC OF NATURE ... 
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03/26/2023

I came across this profound insight ,which applies not just to poets... A quote by E.E. Cummings on today:
 
“A poet is somebody who feels, and who expresses his feelings through words.
This may sound easy. It isn’t.
A lot of people think or believe or know they feel — but that’s thinking or believing or knowing; not feeling. And poetry is feeling — not knowing or believing or thinking.
Almost anybody can learn to think or believe or know, but not a single human being can be taught to feel. Why? Because whenever you think or you believe or you know, you’re a lot of other people: but the moment you feel, you’re nobody-but-yourself.
To be nobody-but-yourself — in a world which is doing its best, night and day, to make you like everybody else — means to fight the hardest battle which any human being can fight; and never stop fighting. “. .e.cumings

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