Embroided and Painting Creations Using Nature

Embroidery in various forms has existed as long as man has been able to produce fabric. Today embroidery is practiced all over the world, but it is believed that it has its origin in China and the Near East. The word embroidery comes from the French word broderie meaning embellishment.

Fiber arts like embroidery are a growing presence in museums and galleries, and artists use their needles to express their creative minds. Ukranian artist Diana Yevtukh is one of these artists that quickly calls attention to any that sees her unique creations. Diane uses the natural crevices within trees to incorporate embroidery patterns full of details. Additionally to embroidery, Yevtukh her creativity doesn’t stop there. She also creates fluid paintings that are inspired by natural landscapes.

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Photographize granted permission to feature photos by Diana Yevtukh


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