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Alima Tsyrendorzhieva
1967

See also:
Buryat Tapestry:
interweaving time, place and traditions

›› 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




Buryat. Lives in Ulan-Ude. Russia.
Weaver. Works with horsehair.
M.A. in History.
Graduated from The Buryat State Pedagogical Institute.
Studied tapestry with Baiarma Dambieva.

Alima works with art exchanges with Japan and cataloging art works of late A. Tsybikova.

She has one son Sergey, 12 years old.

“I like the process of creation. I always want to make “flawless” work, hence, redo some parts of tapestry many times (and can you imaging undoing horsehair?!..) in order to achieve what I consider ”a harmony”… and it can be born out of a chaos of horse hair, ideas, dreams and hopes woven into a piece while I work on it.”



Landscape
Designed by A. Tsybikova
62 x73 cm

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August. Creation of a fairy-tale
67 x56 cm


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