The Superb And Cute Miniature Watercolors By Rachel Beltz – Design You Trust

The Superb And Cute Miniature Watercolors By Rachel Beltz

Pennsylvania-based artist Rachel Beltz paints cute miniature watercolors ‘to show that beauty is in the little things’.

Before she photographs her paintings, Rachel livens up her compositions by adorning them with various items like peanuts, coffee bean or flowers which help the watcher to figure out the size of her creations. Take a look and enjoy!

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