Friday, March 25, 2011

Turk Bride Matryoshka Illustration

Turk Bride Matryoshka Close-Up Portrait

Turk Bride Matryoshka

Happy Friday! I completed my Turk Bride Matryoshka this morning and listed all items of her in my shop. She is the first of my Matryoshkas that I have titled "Bride" but not the first that incorporates in their traditions gold coin jewelry and adornments. You may remember my Greek and my Afghan Matryoshkas. Below are three that would make a nice grouping of blues, golds, reds and rusts. I hope you like my newest Matryoshka and please remember your cultural suggestions are most welcome! :)

Cambodian Girl Matryoshka, Turk Bride Matryoshka, and Greek Matryoshka

12 comments:

Holly said...

I really like the close-up portraits, because you can see that even their eyes are smiling. I have no idea how you do that. You're good!

Aria said...

woowww very nice! Where is Polish Bride?? :D

Amy Perrotti said...

Thank you Holly! I think it comes naturally to me because I remember when I was in elementary school people would say to me, "You are the girl that smiles all the time." Then when I grew up a friend told me, "You can get away with saying anything because you always smile." He he. Besides, I love people. I want to be full of joy and I want the world to be full of joy. :)

Amy Perrotti said...

Thank you Aria! I have drawn a Polish Girl:
http://www.etsy.com/shop/AmyPerrotti/search?search_query=Polish&search_type=user_shop_ttt_id_5485470&shopname=AmyPerrotti

But I haven't drawn a Polish bride. I will have to look into that. :)

Adriana (ClayCatShop) said...

Hi Amy! Your dolls are fantastic!! Beautiful work!!! :) You should explore a Venezuelan girl! :-)
Happy weekend!

Aria said...

Wow, very nice, polish bride :D who done this version is very correct.

Amy Perrotti said...

Thank you Aria! :)

Holly said...

I should have known that you were the type of girl who smiles a lot. That's just another reason you're amazing! And I think it's safe to say you've been very successful in your quest to bring joy to others. Did I ever tell you how much my grandma loved the wedding illustrations you did of me? She thought it was just the coolest thing, and she couldn't believe it when I told her you were able to match my features so well based only on photos.

Amy Perrotti said...

Thank you for sharing that Holly! You made me smile real BIG!! :D

SonatasWelt said...

Dear Amy,
Amazing work as always!!! I love it :) Sonata

Amy Perrotti said...

Thank you Sonata! You are so sweet to me. :)

Amy Perrotti said...

Thank you Adriana (ClayCatShop)! I have added Venezuelan girl to my list of suggestions. :)