a sweet sampler from forest spirit art studio

Just about now you’re probably craving a little something sweet — perhaps a donut, cupcake or macaron? Or maybe PIE! YES!

So here’s a sampler platter of goodies created by London-based artist Nathalie Amber. She was kind enough to allow me to feature several of her luscious watercolors in my blog header this month, and I thought since you were probably drooling over those you’d want to see more. I threw in a few veggies and botanicals to balance our diet.🙂 In a word, YUM.

tartpastries

waffles

macaronsyellow

pomegranate

lolly

lemon

pumpkins

strawberry copy

cherrypie

cookies

eggplant

blackberry

gingerbread

sandwich

cherrytart

cherrycherries

bee

macarons

I think my faves are the open-faced tomato sandwich, the aubergines, and the five-piece dessert tray. Which do you like best?

You can purchase prints or originals at Nathalie’s Etsy Shop, Forest Spirit Art Studio, and she’s also open to custom orders.

Okay, just one more for the road. Wrap your lips around this apple tart:

applepie

HAPPY WEEK, HAPPY EATING!

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22 thoughts on “a sweet sampler from forest spirit art studio

  1. The waffle, the stacked pumpkins, the tomato sandwich, and that bee, so intent on its work! I love all the details. The small sprinkling of powdered sugar, for instance.

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  2. Well…there’s no fighting the urge to eat a big lunch now. I love these Jama. They would look lovely on a kitchen or dining room wall.

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  3. Nathalie has caught the essence of the yum for sure. Tried to pick out my favorite–too many. But I am partial to pumpkins. Such detail in the strawberries/raspberries and tomatoes. The eggplant is so comforting. I can feel the fuzz on the bee. The cupcake needs to be eaten soon!

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  4. Thank you once again for paging through Etsy and finding ways for me to spend my money! This is really beautiful stuff.

    Clearly, I need a bigger kitchen with more wall space. What do we need all these cabinets for??

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