Wednesday, May 10, 2017

amazing string art by Olga Voronova

 amazing string art by Olga Voronova

Olga Voronova, a Russian master of string art has been creating string art compositions since for more than twenty years. String art was invented by a mathematician. A self-taught mathematician Mary Everest Boole invented this art form at the end of the 19th century. And soon, it became popular among the folk masters of England. In short, to create a string art image you need thread, wire, or string wound around a grid of nails hammered into a velvet-covered wooden board. Born in the Siberian city of Omsk, she graduated from Yaroslavl art college in 1978. Since 1993 she has worked as a teacher of additional education teaching her crafts, called “Izon”. In addition, she is the author of educational program “Izonit as a kind of arts and crafts” (Moscow). Olga Voronova is a permanent participant of local and regional art exhibitions (Omsk, Pereslavl-Zaleski, Moscow, St. Petersburg, Uglich, Rybinsk and others.)

 amazing string art by Olga Voronova

 amazing string art by Olga Voronova

 amazing string art by Olga Voronova

 amazing string art by Olga Voronova

 amazing string art by Olga Voronova

 amazing string art by Olga Voronova

 amazing string art by Olga Voronova

 amazing string art by Olga Voronova
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beautiful miniature painting by Svetlana Belovodova

beautiful miniature painting by Svetlana Belovodova

Svetlana Belovodova is one of Russian craftswoman who lives and works in the city of Dmitrov, Moscow region create  all these miniature painting. Svetlana Belovodova loves her profession – to create beautiful fairy tales embodied in copyright exclusive handmade jewellery, miniature lacquer caskets and small panels. She also paints portraits in her fabulous technique. Svetlana Belovodova loves working with stones, beads, combining lacquer technique with embroidery and painting. The combination of realistic painting with decorative relief – makes painting more harmoniously with the stones and beads embroidery, weaving various embroidery techniques and the use of completely different materials make this thing rustling in the woods, in a whisper of leaves, stir in the herbs. Miniature painting has became her profession since she graduated with honors from glorious Fedoskino art school in 1996. Svetlana is a Member of the Union of Artists arts and crafts of Russia (2004).

beautiful miniature painting by Svetlana Belovodova

beautiful miniature painting by Svetlana Belovodova

beautiful miniature painting by Svetlana Belovodova

beautiful miniature painting by Svetlana Belovodova

beautiful miniature painting by Svetlana Belovodova

beautiful miniature painting by Svetlana Belovodova

beautiful miniature painting by Svetlana Belovodova

beautiful miniature painting by Svetlana Belovodova

beautiful miniature painting by Svetlana Belovodova
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Ethno Futuristic painting by Yuri Dyrin

Ethno Futuristic painting by Yuri Dyrin

Yuri Dyrin famous as an  Ethno Futuristic artist was born in the village of Kochkurovo, Mordovia republic, on August 25, 1967. His art, collected and synthesized in the unique personal style of folk wisdom and style elements of artistic culture around the world. His paintings show signs of modernity, as well as surrealism, fauvism, and primitive art. Yuri Dyrin is incomprehensible and unstable, but in his adult sophisticated understanding of art is very well kept clean, the children’s perception of the world. He is a real creator, with a delicate look of naive childhood. Very sensitive artist perceives and expresses color, rhythm, line. Means of expression reflect his extraordinary temperament. Artist makes clear his creativity that earthly joy of everyone’s life – just life’s contradictions of components of all human society.Creativity of Yuri Dyrin is divided into two separate trends: “mini tales” which images inspired by the wisdom of folklore; Ethno-futuristic art – the artist explains it as the work of art in the style of the peoples of Mordovia, where instead of the traditional folk images and identities accents are extremely textural combinations of patterns, repeating features of Erza people ancient paintings on wood products, textile, or household items. Painter can actually call himself Ethno-futurist, managing to embody ethnic beginning with the essence of the future. It is originally refracted, truly individual style of creativity, which indicates the highest professionalism of the artist. 

Ethno Futuristic painting by Yuri Dyrin

Ethno Futuristic painting by Yuri Dyrin

Ethno Futuristic painting by Yuri Dyrin

Ethno Futuristic painting by Yuri Dyrin

Ethno Futuristic painting by Yuri Dyrin

Ethno Futuristic painting by Yuri Dyrin

Ethno Futuristic painting by Yuri Dyrin
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realistic paintings in interior decoration

realistic paintings in interior decoration

Sergey Kustarev is a talented artist from Rusia who was born in Bryansk in 1973. Kustarev works in the author’s original technique. His technique – realistic paintings in interior decoration, simulating metal. Since 2002 member of the Union of Artists. His works are in private collections in Russia and abroad. In 1993 he graduated from the Bryansk Art College. From 1994 to 1999 has been a volunteer at the Art and Industrial Academy named after Mukhina.

realistic paintings in interior decoration

realistic paintings in interior decoration

realistic paintings in interior decoration

realistic paintings in interior decoration

realistic paintings in interior decoration

realistic paintings in interior decoration

realistic paintings in interior decoration
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Wednesday, May 3, 2017

amazing food carving by Gaku

amazing food carving by Gaku

All these amazing food carving is made by a Japanese artist, Gaku. He has raised it to an art form, carving intensely intricate patterns into everyday fruits and vegetables. Gaku, who began posting his work on Instagram about 8 months ago, practices the traditional Japanese art of mukimono, which literally means "stripped product". It became a popular form of food presentation during the 16th century in Japan, and spread to Thailand shortly after. It is now an important culinary ritual in both countries. Due to oxidization, fruit carvers have to work fast, making Gaku's art even more impressive. Gaku, according to Spoon & Tamago, eats all of his projects when finished.

amazing food carving by Gaku

amazing food carving by Gaku

amazing food carving by Gaku


amazing food carving by Gaku

amazing food carving by Gaku

amazing food carving by Gaku
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