Feb 202011
 

Magic and whimsy meet at Faerie Garden Fancies, the shop of Diana Bukowski. Diana, who is February’s Featured EtsyBlogger, is an artist and teacher. Although she does not limit herself to these items, she enjoys working with paper, paint, glitter, glue, scissors, polymer clay, pencils, watercolors, and her camera and computer.  Like many artists, she finds it is a balancing act to “reconcile my passions with making a living.”

Diana’s sense of humor, as well as her understanding of the appeal of story, are evident in her art. Most recently, she blogs about Melusinia, a mermaid-and-treasure chest sculpture that is available for sale in her Etsy shop. (Click on photo to see the listing.) “Melusinia came into being more than a year and a half ago,” writes Diana, “destined for warmer climes, but after a brief vacation in the south, she decided to return to the cooler waters of Lake Ontario. However, this winter has been the last straw for her. She has packed her favorite box with memories and dreams and is requesting a new location; she doesn’t care where. (I suspect a merman is involved in her decision, but she won’t confirm or deny the allegations.)”

Magical Mermaid Art Doll and Treasure Box

Melusinia’s world is likely surrounded by other items you will find in Diana’s shop, which you can see below. Visit Faerie Garden Fancies today.

 

Faerie Garden Fancies

© 2011 Judy Nolan. All rights reserved. Please note that the images in this post are owned by the artist and may not be used without permission.

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6 comments on “February’s Featured EtsyBlogger: Diana Bukowski

  1. Nice feature! And a good reminder to me to get my featured blogging going, too.

  2. storybeader on said:

    that little magic mermaid is so cute! Thanks for the feature on her – she’s got so many things going on! {:-Deb

  3. Memories for Life Scrapbooks on said:

    I love all the variety and the colors she uses!

  4. Nice post!!
    Vicki

  5. Splendid Little Stars on said:

    great feature on Diana!

  6. BunnyKissd on said:

    Thank you for such a great write up! Love the little 2×2 mini-treasury you created too! ^-^

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