Tag Archives: Ukrainian American art
“Designs By Oksana” is my new brand celebrating my Ukrainian heritage. As these products don’t fit under my character illustration umbrella, I made a separate shop just for them. Don’t fret, I will not abandon my characters! Advertisements
I’ve posted three different moustached plush perogies to my etsy shop. Choose your favorite!
I posted these cute dancing Perogy notepads to my etsy shop. That’s 50 dancing perogies per notepad…one on every page!
Yay! I’ve changed the way my plush perogies are made. The new & improved versions are now available on my Etsy shop…just in time for the holidays! Also there’s now a moustache perogy! More styles coming soon.
Here’s my plush Recipe Perogy I made for “Play!” A Superfantastic Group Show up now- June 1st at Dragatomi in Sacramento, CA. The plush perogy opens to reveal plush ingredients: potato, onion, butter, salt and pepper. I hope to make more soon … Continue reading
I have 2 pieces in the show “Bedtime Stories” at Leanna Lin’s Wonderland. “Turnip Tale” (watercolor and ink) is inspired by “The Giant Turnip” and “The Dish Ran Away With The Spoon” (archival digital print) is inspired by “Hey Diddle Diddle” complete with Ukrainian flair. … Continue reading
Cute & Tasty Perogies at the same place at the same time! Here’s my cute perogy goods alongside Pachamama Cookery’s tasty perogies from our shared table at the New Taste Marketplace this past Saturday. The show was at St. Gregory’s Episcopal Church in San Francisco … Continue reading
This Saturday, December 1st, I will have some of my perogy goods (pillows, mugs, cards, etc.) for sale alongside Pachamama Cookery’s real perogies at the New Taste Marketplace in San Francisco. The show runs from 10am-3pm and features over 30 food vendors, … Continue reading
I posted my plush perogy pillow (varenyk) to my etsy shop and have updated my CafePress shop. Happy shopping! Happy Ukrainian Independence Day!
I’ve updated my etsy shop with some of my cute Ukrainian Food Character Cards. The new ones are Bandura Borshch and Hutsulski Holubtsi. I’ll list more items soon so check back in a bit.