The paintings are inspired by various destinations across the world.
While it is quite common for artists to be ingenious in their approaches, this artist has found a whole new level of novelty - painting on teabags.
Instead of disposing of used teabags, Ruby Silvious, a Philippines-born, US-based artist is regenerating them into intricate pieces of arts with her masterful strokes and watercolours.
Here are some of her masterpieces which the artist tweeted from her account:
On the occasion of International Women's Day which falls on March 08, she tweeted, "Gabriel Metsu's Woman celebrates with Ben & Jerry's Empower Mint #InternationalWomensDay".
Gabriël Metsu’s Woman celebrates with Ben & Jerry’s Empower Mint #InternationalWomensDay pic.twitter.com/uFoNmtXgsO— Ruby Silvious (@RubySilvious) March 8, 2018
On a regular day, she posted a picture where she painted fishes on teabags.
Fish Friday #meatwithoutfeet @GuayusaTea @stashtea pic.twitter.com/438cz1QOev— Ruby Silvious (@RubySilvious) March 9, 2018
She posted a picture commenting on recent winter storms, "Slammed again #noreaster".
Slammed again #noreaster pic.twitter.com/milan8ZocQ— Ruby Silvious (@RubySilvious) March 7, 2018
In another post, she wrote about clothes and hats, "This was so not worth wearing her best hat | cut images with watercolor".
This was so not worth wearing her best hat | cut images with watercolor pic.twitter.com/GeK4NeCOKf— Ruby Silvious (@RubySilvious) February 13, 2018
According to the CNN Travel, the paintings are inspired by various destinations across the world, along with the sights and sounds of her everyday life.