Monday, 19 November 2012

Exposition in Bergen

November 2012 we happened to have our first exposition. It was very exciting!
We were kindly asked to exhibit our embroidery with Russian twist in Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center, Bergen.
Exposition of Russian Blackwork in NERSC, Norway
NERSC was celebrating the 20th anniversary of the affiliated Nansen-Center in St.Petersburg, thus the Day was dedicated to Russia.
The Nansen Center is an independent non-profit research foundation (Bergen, Norway).
The Nansen Center conducts basic and applied research with focus on marine
and polar environment.

Fritioft Nansen, 1861-1930
Norwegian polar explorer, researcher and public figure
We exposed 2 costume illustrations with short desciptions or European Blackwork and Russian folk embroidery and 9 embroideries.
Illustration and a short note on European Blackwork folk embroidery
Illustration and short note on Russian folk embroidery
Red line
Black line
In the future we plan to expose more of our work, when there will be on restriction on the theme.


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