Saturday, December 12, 2009

Food for the soul - marking the start of the Christmas Season

Some shots from hanging our mini exhibition "Food for the soul [Christmas]". Unfortunately I was not there, but...
We are going to prepare a virtual exhibition "Food for the soul", meantime, here is a preview of it:

This is my scarf - traditional Lithuanian Christmas Eve pastry served with poppy seed milk

This is my dress - traditional Christmas Eve beverage - oat jelly

Another work by me, Vilte Kazlauskaite, - cape/hood/scarf - traditional Christmas Eve food made from wheet seeds, poppy seeds, nuts and honey

These are felt boots by Daiva Morozova - hot Christmas wine

And I am totally in love with this handbag by Ramune Toleikyte - smoke spiced herring

Another handbag by Jurgita Migoniene - traditional Christmas Eve pastry in poppy seed milk

Felt slippers by Inga Samusiene - traditional Christmas beverage - cranberry jelly

Felt collar by Aurelija Masiulionyte - Christmas bakery

Handbag by Donata Dumciuviene - freshly baked white Christmas bread

Felt slippers by Inga Samusiene - boiled potatoes served with hemp seeds and salt

Collar and accessories by Vaida Petreikiene - Christmas bread with dried fruits

Scarf and gloves by Aurelija Masiulionyte - cheese - a modern taste of Christmas

Another felt bag by Donata Dumciuviene - freshly baked black bread

Felt cape and shawl by Daiva Morozova - tangerines - its smell is in every home during Christmas Season here long ago since the times of Soviet Union

6 comments:

paula said...

vilte this is stunning and amazing..your work and vaida's...EVERYONE has done an amazing job. i would think they would need a security guard to protect them! they are that good! :)

GalaFilc said...

A wonderful exhibition!

Joei Rhode Island said...

Very impressive. I like the way the photographs of each element was present but the focus was on the felt. Beautiful work...I only wish I could see it in person. Thank you for the virtual visit.

Dawn of LaTouchables said...

I love viewing pieces in an exhibition, like this one, it inspires me as an artist, and not just as a buyer. Though, it's wearable art, it also can stand alone as art--and that's something!

Jane_Bo said...

Very beautiful pieces! And great idea to associate with food.

jezek said...

I am delighted with your idea! very beautiful!

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