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Monotype on dense silk fabric
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Very small theoretical part. Monotype was born a long time ago (in 17th century). This print’s brother was born presumably by an Italian artist and graver Giovanni Castiglione. In theory, this technique is quite simple, like many other art ones as well. A person daring to try it should manually paint the image on any smooth surface (a glass, for example), and then, transfer...

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Весна на Ладожском озере
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This artwork was made at Ladoga lake shore in the fine, not very sunny, but wonderful day, which inspired me a lot. I used sand from the beach where I placed for painting for my art work. I also included the palette knife in my usual set of tools, especially on the first steps. This little white paper ship was launched by me to...

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Slippers for New Year
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Slippers for New Year

Dec 5, 2015

I’ve felted the wool slippers! And they are very nice! Blueface wool and with the addition of fibers of silk, viscose. But the most important things about this slippers are the shabby and very cozy landscapes. Landscapes on silk are created by the technique of monotype and linocut. After the creation, they were felted along with slippers, and the result is so cozy and...

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Start of my compaign on Indiegogo
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I launch my compaign on Indiegogo to contribute funds for openning decor studio and for creation of modular felted rugs, which are beautifull and cross-functional. View and contribute! Here is Press Release: Artist and Designer Polina Kudelkina Starts Indiegogo Campaign to Open Her Felting Studio. Polina Kudelkina’s planned felting studio will deliver felted art modules to their art enthusiastic customers. Polina is looking to...

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Christmas wreath in country style
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Christmas wreath in country style. I made it from natural wool (used сombed wool tape and curls), and berries are from the foam plastic and wire This is a part of studies at the international school of design and under the guidance of a wonderful teacher Tatiana Yurievna Petrova (“the history of styles”). ————————————————————- Tweet...

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