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Traditional Unique Lithuanian Woodcut Print "Saint Florian" by Odeta Brazeniene

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The original, handmade woodcut print portraying Saint Florian in traditional Lithuanian manner.

It is an original woodcut print. It is one of 5.

This woodcut print is made by all the rules of the centuries-long Lithuanian woodcutting traditions.

60*32cm (24*13 inch)

2018 y.



Odeta Tumenaite-Brazeniene— (born in 1964) is Lithuanian folk artist, creator of paper-cuttings and graphics.

Had over 100 personal exhibitions in different countries.

She has won many awards like :

In 1999-2000 nomination for First Degree State Award

In 2001 and 2015 Award of Culture and Art of Utena district

In 2005 the title of Creator of Art

In 2006 the Person of Merit of Utena

In 2007 awarded as the best folk artist in fine arts of Lithuania, the Golden Wreath

In 2009 and 2014 was awarded by Prize of Lithuanian Ministry of Culture

In 2016 was named the Most Successful Certified Artisan in Lithuania

Published 5 books :

The album of her paper-cuttings "€œKarpiniai"€ ("€œPaper-cuttings"€), 2004
Poetry book "In the Shadow of Angel", 2006
"Mokome—s karpyti"€œ ("€œLearning to Cut"€), 2008
"€œMarguciu marginimas Aukstaitijoje ("€žDecorating Easter Eggs"€œ), 2012
"Popierine—s uzuolaide—le—s" ("Paper Short-Curtains"(text is in English as well)), 2014
"Karpiniai Kaledoms" ("Papercuts for Christmas") 2016
The original, handmade woodcut print portraying Saint Florian in traditional Lithuanian manner.

It is an original woodcut print. It is one of 5.

This woodcut print is made by all the rules of the centuries-long Lithuanian woodcutting traditions.

60*32cm (24*13 inch)

2018 y.



Odeta Tumenaite-Brazeniene— (born in 1964) is Lithuanian folk artist, creator of paper-cuttings and graphics.

Had over 100 personal exhibitions in different countries.

She has won many awards like :

In 1999-2000 nomination for First Degree State Award

In 2001 and 2015 Award of Culture and Art of Utena district

In 2005 the title of Creator of Art

In 2006 the Person of Merit of Utena

In 2007 awarded as the best folk artist in fine arts of Lithuania, the Golden Wreath

In 2009 and 2014 was awarded by Prize of Lithuanian Ministry of Culture

In 2016 was named the Most Successful Certified Artisan in Lithuania

Published 5 books :

The album of her paper-cuttings "€œKarpiniai"€ ("€œPaper-cuttings"€), 2004
Poetry book "In the Shadow of Angel", 2006
"Mokome—s karpyti"€œ ("€œLearning to Cut"€), 2008
"€œMarguciu marginimas Aukstaitijoje ("€žDecorating Easter Eggs"€œ), 2012
"Popierine—s uzuolaide—le—s" ("Paper Short-Curtains"(text is in English as well)), 2014
"Karpiniai Kaledoms" ("Papercuts for Christmas") 2016

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Traditional Unique Lithuanian Woodcut Print "Saint Florian" by Odeta Brazeniene

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