Dress with embroidery based on Ukrainian artist Hanna Sobachko-Shostak.
Fabric - linen
Technique - smooth (machine embroidery)
Threads - cotton
Solomiya's height is 182 cm, size S
The cut of the dress - basic/medium
The design of the dress is inspired by the works of artist Hanna Sobachko-Shostak.
The fabric is flax. Copper length, long sleeves with drawstring at the bottom.
Machine embroidery in the technique of smooth.
The dress is made in bright colors, typical of the style of the artist, who represented folk futurism. The main elements are fancy bright flowers.
Hanna Sobachko-Shostak is a Ukrainian master of decorative painting.
It is a golden page in the history of Ukrainian art.
All her life the artist painted only flowers. She created thousands of them.
And none of them happened again.
Each was different in its color melody, in form.
In some compositions, flower petals go unnoticed in birds, fish, and sometimes in the image of people.
All these images are woven together.
This dates back to the ancient Slavic folk traditions of teratological ornaments, in which the motifs of living beings and plants merged into one composition.
"The works of Anna Sobachko are a golden page in the history of Ukrainian art," said Mykhailo Stelmakh, a well-known Ukrainian writer and admirer of folk art.
The artist's paintings, marked by the high culture of form, characteristic of folk art, are of great historical and aesthetic value and can be the subject of serious and careful study.
In 1937 her works were exhibited in Paris, for two years in New York.
And the artist Henri Matisse praised the work of the Ukrainian woman.