Lupita Books

It’s exciting to share that I now have all three of my art books available in my little art shop. My newest, A Childhood in Nature, just arrived and I love the bright colors. Here’s a close-up of the new cover. I love Lupita’s pink glasses! Sending love and light, Emily Lupita http://www.EmilyLupitaStudio.com

Canning Corn Painting

The next painting in my “Growing Wild Plums” series.Lupita and Mavi Canning CornBy Emily Lupita ©️ 2020 About the Series: My new artwork series is a meditation on my childhood growing up off-the-grid in rural Iowa. My goal is to write a children’s book using this series of 20 paintings as the illustrations for the…

Rainbow Sketch – Growing Wild Plums

About the “Growing Wild Plums” series: My new artwork series is a meditation on my childhood growing up off-the-grid in rural Iowa. My goal is to write a children’s book using this series of 20 paintings as the illustrations for the book. Thank you to the Iowa Natural Heritage Foundation – BeWildReWild – Community Artist…

Third Painting In-Progress: “Painting at the Table”

My series continues with the third painting now in-progress. It started as a sketch from my memory of using my mom’s art supplies to paint at our big table in the dining room. Then I made several new sketches and came up with the final dimensions. Here I’m adding in my Lupita character at the…

About Artist Emily Lupita

🌟 Hello! I’m Emily Lupita. Thank you for reading my blog & joining me on my journey of art & discovery. Artist & Author Bio Emily Lupita is an award-winning Mexican-American artist & author working out of her studio at The Hummingbird House. She paints, writes & illustrates books, and designs jewelry & surface patterns from…

The Local Exchange – A Magical Place

I love stopping by my favorite shop on the Marietta Square. I got to sit for a moment with my paintings, pillow, and prints. 🌸💕🌸 And…saw my books! Yay! If you’re in the Atlanta area, be sure to check out The Local Exchange…such a magical place! 🌟 emily lupita owner, Emily Lupita Studio http://www.EmilyLupitaStudio.com

New Painting: “Ashley”

“Ashley” watercolor & ink by artist Emily Lupita Art prints & original painting are now available in my little online art shop. 🌟 Love & Blessings, Emily Lupita Artist & Author http://www.EmilyLupitaStudio.com 💗 Sign up for my new monthly newsletter here:  www.newsletter.emilylupitastudio.com

New Book Published – Wonderful You

New Book Published – Wonderful You I’m happy to share that my new book, Wonderful You, has been published. Hurray! Thank you to everyone who has purchased a copy and helped support my artwork. Both of my books are now available in my Etsy Shop and also on Amazon here and here. You can also pick up a…

Big News! New Art Book – Kickstarter in October

Wonderful You! –  A New Book by Emily Lupita I’ve got big news! I have a new book full of my Lupita watercolor paintings called, “Wonderful You!” It’s a book of art & encouragement with uplifting quotes and joyful colors to brighten your day. I would love for you to consider backing my Kickstarter project during…

Week 21 – A Year of Flowers 2015 – Custom Watercolor

A Year of Flowers 2015 – Week 21 at Emily Lupita Studio This week I’ve been working on an original watercolor to match my custom illustration design I made during Week 16. The two mediums are so different, and I do love them both. This is the Irodori Japanese watercolor version – you can see how…

Week 20 – A Year of Flowers 2015 – Springtime Big Chicken

A Year of Flowers 2015 – Week 20 at Emily Lupita Studio The Big Chicken is a famous local landmark here in Marietta, Georgia. This week I drew my version of this charming giant chicken-shaped building surrounded by blooming Spring flowers. The original watercolor & ink painting is now hanging in the Marietta Square Artist’s Attic…

Week 18 – A Year of Flowers 2015 – Springtime Lupita in Orange

A Year of Flowers 2015 – Week 18 at Emily Lupita Studio Spring is here and I’m back to painting classic Lupitas. In this painting, Lupita is enjoying the Springtime air in an orange, yellow, and green dress. This is the 18th work of art from my A Year of Flowers  project. May your garden be full of…