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Sonja Danowski was born in Iserlohn, Germany. She studied design in Nuremberg and since then has been working in Berlin as an illustrator. Her work focuses especially on picture books, using images to preserve human memories. Her colorful illustrations have won her many international awards, including the Golden Island Award in the Nami Island International Picture Book Illustration Concours 2015. Her first book for NorthSouth Books, Grandma Lives in a Perfume Village, was a Batchelder Honor Book.
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oynot

LOL @jandchris I agree with you on titles on artwork :-)

I sometimes think that certain titles are given to confuse the viewers! It is a lovely painting however, and I love the dog and bird, not forgetting the pretty girl. Thank you oynot..

oynot

nanapuzzler, I cannot begin to tell you how many paintings I come across with such strange titles. I get a vision of family and friends at a dinner table laughing and talking to the artist suggesting titles and an off-the-wall title sticks :-)

nanapuzzler

Very lifelike and detailed. I like it but don't understand why it is called "forever" flowers. I see the pots and the seeds but no flowers.

oynot

More than welcome Isaly. I'll research her work to see if I can find other puzzles that may be fun to solve. Sending hugs your way....

Isaly2

I really like Sonja Danowski's style of art. There are lots of details in this small painting. Thanks for introducing her to me.

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