That is amazingly cool.
LOVE! … especially with the Celtic artwork. Not to mention the coffee!
Very cool! I’ve done a little coffee painting, too. Quite fun!
fun indeed. and it smells good too
I once saw an exhibit of coffee sketches done in the Vietnam War by a soldier that were really good. I’ve never used coffee but maybe one day I’ll try it. Your dragon looks awesome.
you should, it’s fun, and don’t forget about the amazing smell <3
Very cool, indeed.
Very cool painting!
That is totally awesome!!! I love dragons and I love painting with coffee… Wow, It’s just beautiful!
WOW; the dragon is magical on sight.
Wow, that is insanely amazing! I am in awe. Plus, I kind of want a cup of coffee now.
I’m having one now, wanna join?:]
sure. I could take a coffee break.
BTW, do you have any objections to me making this picture my desktop for a while? I find it very inspiring.
you know i don’t. Think about it as a present. [i would actually give it to you if we were closer]
Wow, that’s quite an offer. And if we were closer, I would buy you a cup of coffee (and not only to make more pictures with)
hehe, that’s so sweet i’m blushing
Stunning. You’re really talented. Who would’ve known coffee could be used to paint with. Thanks for visiting our blog as it gave us the opportunity to discover yours and your beautiful paintings.
Coffee, I like it.
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Awesome and atmospheric!
A very striking work Sorina. Thank you for your follow! I have done likewise.
My husband thought this was pretty cool, as did I.
well,thank you. Both of you
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Hey! I saw that you started following my blog and I thought I’d come return the favor! Let me just say that this is awesome! I can’t believe you did this with coffee! Can’t wait to see more from you. ^_^
Oh,welcome in the blogging world! I’m happy you like this, and i really hope you will see other enjoyable stuff here.
I have never thought of using coffee as an art medium. Thanks for showing your beautiful art!
Coffe painting?! Wow! The dragon is wonderful. This is a very interesting idea, I wan to try it. Do you prepare the cofee as a watercolor or as a pigment? By the way, thanks for following my blog “Exploring the world: photography, travel, art”, I really appreciate it. Kind greetings,
I make the coffee like I’d want to drink it,no sugar and hot water. I will make a tutorial or so,if you want to
It would be great to see how you prepare it and also how you paint your art!
The first I’ve ever heard of using coffee to create such an artistic rendering…amazing! Now, you don’t suppose, after a cup or two of java…I could just swirl another carafe full and create something equally remarkable….NOT! Finger painting to start perhaps!
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Fantastic! …,and using coffee??! Simply beautiful!
Truly stunning piece Sorina – ever tried Mezcal? – as a medium that is…
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Thanks for the like click! Did you see the pictures of my dragon character further down my blog?
I’m amazed that you were able to create something so detailed and artistic and beautiful with COFFEE. I’m definitely passing this along to my coffee-obsessed pal Tof. And I love the motifs down the right side; they remind me of some of my favorite Celtic cables that I use when I knit.
Coffee ring breath! Sweet! (thanks for the head’s-up Shira)
lol, I didn’t even catch that those were coffee rings There’s so much to look at in just this one piece of art!
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