It is very endearing when readers send me photos featuring the book Curly Orli, or when they would like to take a picture with me. My heart still skips a bit when someone asks me for an autograph. My specials thanks go to Chinese community for supporting my project. I am so grateful for your love, dear readers. I really appreciate it. Truly yours, Lagoonca, Curly Orli’s mom. www.curyorli.com
In anticipation of Jewish Holiday, Passover, Curly Orli and I are making a cute froggy. Historically, frogs were one of the ten plagues of Passover. Besides, frogs are believed to be the bringers of spring!!!
These days, they are happily hopping in parks and forests after long winter slumber. Now you can have one of them at home… plasticine that is
Today, we will have a unique tea party celebration of a jewish holiday, Purim. For this day, jewish people bake a triangle-shaped cookies with jam or poppy seeds. These popular Purim cookies are called “Haman’s Ears” (“Oznei Haman”) or “Homentashn”. Let’s get to work! We will not need flour, eggs or other produce. Please, prepare…
In June 2012 I’ve participated in Art Times Square contest and a few days ago I finally received the Art Book with illustration from my “Curly Orli Goes To Vancouver”.
The book presented selected artworks from the Art Takes Times Square event held on June 18, co-produced by the artists support groups, Chashima and Artists Wanted. My illustration was one of 35,000 art works displayed on the billboards of Time Square NYC.
It is a custom to bake a turkey for Thanksgiving dinner, but in our virtual art-studio we will make a turkey with plasticine (or play dough). See more at: http://curlyorli.com/tutorials/make-your-own-thanksgiving-turkey-with-play-dough/