Remember those times when you were a kid playing with watercolors for the first time? Before, it was just random strokes and swirls on pieces of art paper without any direction or form. Now, it has become a work of art that is deemed for display and to be admired by others.

This month, our featured contributor, Olesya Karakotsya from Ukraine portrayed her home city through a demure collection of watercolor landscapes. There are a lot of sights to be seen for a small-ish town but you will see trails of memories on every drawing. Here are our favorites from this little nook of recollections:

Illustration - original watercolor city landscape

Stock Photo - original watercolor painting on paper of old street in Gurzuf, Crimea, Ukraine,

Illustration - original watercolor city landscapeIllustration - original watercolor city landscape

Stock Photo - original watercolor painting on paper of old street in Gurzuf, Crimea, Ukraine

Stock Photo - original watercolor painting on paper of a bay is in the district of Gurzuf, Crimea, Ukraine

Stock Photo - original oil painting on canvas of winter village landscape in Ukraine with yellow sky

Stock Photo - original watercolor landscape with trees and houses

Stock Photo - original watercolor landscape with trees and houses

Stock Photo - original oil painting on canvas of rural landscape after a rainStock Photo - Watercolor painting of the cityscape of the Chernivtsi city, Ukraine.We have more! Here is a bonus collection of beautiful children portraits, check it out! What do you think of Karakotsya’s work? Do share your thoughts in our comments below! Look forward to next month for another great rendition of popular selections from our wealthy amount of stock content!