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Horsehair Tapestries
of Baiarma Dambieva
Honorable Artist of Buryatia
See also:
Rebirth Of Traditional Craft

›› Albina Tsybikova

›› Zhamso Radnaev

›› Dashi Namdakov

›› Valentin Bazarov

›› Sergey Korenev

›› Boris Desyatkin


›› Dashi Namdakov

›› Dmitry Budazhabe


›› Buryat Tapestry

›› Taars

›› Albina Tsybikova

›› Baiarma Dambieva

›› Rimma Dorzhieva

›› Tatiana Dasheeva

›› Tamara Timina

›› Alima Tsyrendorzhieva


›› Valentin Bazarov


RELIGIOUS ART

›› Dmitry Budazhabe


›› Murals in Irkutsk




Horsehair is a rather coarse and demanding material, and patience and experience are required in order to use it.

The cooperation of two great Buryat artists - of a painter, Albina Tsybikova, and a tapestry maker, Baiarma Dambieva marked a really important period in the development of Buryat horsehair tapestry.

"Tapestry for me is a way to express myself and my attitude and understanding of the world, to share my ideas- through the combination of colors and tones, one can express not only the transparency of air and the depth of space, but the subtleties of ideas and spirit. My inspirations? Nature. The rolling bold hills of my native Aga, Onon… The slow melody of the steppe. Anything can provoke the creation of a tapestry... a leaf, a tree, a blade of grass, a birch-bark ... inspire a design for my work."



Spring. 1999 235 x 74
Designed by B. Dambieva



Rain Tune. 2000 105 x 35cm

Rain Tune. 1999
Designed by B. Dambieva
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