Yulia Artemeva

"In my embroidery work, I try to convey the beauty of the psychic world. The embroidery represents emotions. I'm looking for sensual images. The images of my embroidery collection live with feelings; love, tenderness, repentance, joy, compassion, this is what surrounds us and this is what our soul breathes."

Ostrobramskaya Icon - Stone's embroidery, Gold threads, pearls, gold beads, rhinestone, coral, zircon, white gold and silver jewellery 19,5 x 21,5 cm.

Yulia Artemeva is an embroidery artist from Russia who also works as a fabric restorer. She has worked professionally for 7 years and employs the techniques of the Old Russian goldwork embroidery of royal craftswomen of the X-XVII centuries, as well as stone embroidery.

 

Select Exhibits and Awards

"Art week in Barcelona, Spain, 2020" 3rd Place Award, Project "The Cello"

"Russian art-week in Moscow, 2017", 2nd Place Award, Icon "Holy Trinity", 3rd Place Award, Icon "Unfading flower"

"Art week in London, the UK, 2015" 1st Place Award, Icon"The Lord Almighty"

"Art week in Rome, Italy"  1st Place Award, Icon "The Lord Almighty"

"Art week in Luxembourg"  1st Place Award, Icon "The Lord Almighty"

"Art week in Sofia, Bulgaria" 1st Place Award, Icon"The Lord Almighty”

The Cello - Silk pattern embroidery, Silk threads, antique gold thread (from 1920), coral, gold beads 31,5 x 33 cm
St. George the Victorious Icon - Silk and stone's embroidery, Silk threads, gold thread, rhinestone 12,5 x 17 cm
The trumpet - Silk pattern embroidery, Silk threads, antique gold thread (from 1920) zircon 31,5 x 33 cm
Unfading flower Icon - Stone's embroidery, Gold threads, pearls, gold beads, rhinestone, coral, zircon, handmade exclusive jewellery 19,5 x 21,5 cm

This review was published by Circle Foundation for the Arts © CFA Press ∙ Images are courtesy of the artist


 

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