Linen shirt with embroidery based on Ukrainian artist Oleksandr Saenko.
Fabric - linen
Technique - smooth (machine embroidery)
Threads - cotton
Solomiya's height is 182 cm
Her size M
The cut of the shirt - oversize
When creating this model, the designer was inspired by the works of Alexander Saenko.
Fabric - linen, free-cut shirt. At the bottom of the sleeves long sleeves cuffs with a clasp on one button.
Central clasp with buttons on the front in the center.
Classic stand-up collar. Back on the yoke.
Machine embroidery is smooth, embroidery on the contour.
The ornament is made in the style and colors typical for a graphic artist.
In his mosaics, the author depicted nature so that you can find its elements on the shirt: storks, reed leaves, and other plants.
Alexander Saenko - Ukrainian artist, decorator.
He was born in the Chernihiv region; he lost his hearing and speech forever in childhood after the disease.
Oleksandr Ferapontovych is an innovator in using straw for highly artistic household items and furniture.
He proved that straw is quite suitable for interior design and for creating generalized monumental images of folk heroes and favorite writers.
Saenko's most famous work is the large decorative painting "Kozak Mamai".
In 1999, the artist was recognized at the international level: by the decision of the General Conference of UNESCO, his name was included in the official list of outstanding figures of world culture.