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Paper marbling, also known as Ebru, is a kind of Turkish art of painting, that needs immense practice, skill and creativity.
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Ebru (Turkish Water Marbling Art)
Painting on Water – A mesmerising art of Ebru!
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Turkish lacework necklace.
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turkish lacework beaded necklace ... no tutorial
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Turkish lacework necklace - inspiration
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Ceramic plate from Iznik, Turkey
Turkish hand painted porcelain
Turkish hand-painted porcelain. Gorgeous tulips!
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Hand Marbled China Silk Scarf Very Long Very by vansantdesigns, $40.00 The artist is a friend of a friend, via FB...her work is simply stunning marbled cloth...perfect for a book-lover and color-lover!
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Hand Marbled China Silk Scarf Very Long Very by vansantdesigns, $40.00
Seared Chevrons Cardigan - Anthropologie >> I really like how the basic chevrons are curved like marbled paper. How to reproduce this??
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Aha! After eyeballing several failed attempts at chevron patterned wearings and pairings, along comes this one. Annnnd, it works! This particular chevron pattern has a great blend of colors, and the solid color of the dress beneath keeps it tasteful and doesn't overwhelm the model. Nice! Seared Chevrons Cardigan #anthropologie
Tabitha Seared Chevrons Cardigan Missoni
Cute cardigan :)
Marbled Silk Scarf
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Soft, beautiful and incredibly versatile, this Marbled Silk Scarf can be worn as a head covering, shawl or stylishly tied wardrobe accessory. An original design by Virginia fiber artist Barb Polin, this Marbled Silk Scarf showcases a marbling technique, which dates back to twelfth-century Europe. To create the pattern for this Marbled Silk Scarf, variously sized comb-like tools are run through a large tray of ink drops, floating atop a thickened water mixture. The silk is laid on the marbled surface for just a few seconds, then removed and heat-set for color permanence. Since only one print per inking is possible, each Marbled Silk Scarf is truly one-of-a-kind. Made in the USA. Can be hand washed. 100% silk. 60"l. x 12"w. Museum Provenance This Marbled Silk Scarf is inspired by textiles in the vast collections of the Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, whose textile collection contains a wide variety of woven and non-woven pieces, including tapestries, jacquards, and a large number of woven costume accessories. Our accessories and apparel display the breadth of woven fabrics and patterns found in the collection.
The meaning of marbling can shortly be described as the method of scattering insoluble paint over dense water to achieve an embroidery paper. The word ''Ebru'' was derived from the Persian word ‘ebri’. The meaning of Ebri when translated into English means “looking cloudy’. Turkish craftsmen that work on this art are called “ebrucu” meaning “marbling artist”.
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Paper marbling is a method of aqueous surface design, which can produce patterns similar to marble or other stone. The patterns are the result of color floated on either plain water or a viscous solution known as size, and then carefully transferred to a sheet of paper (or other surfaces such as fabric). http://www.inaea.org/post/2010/02/11/Paper-marblinge28094Ebru-Suminagashi.aspx
Ebru art, impressive
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EBRU, a turkish paper marbling art. You can watch a sample video from this link: www.youtube.com/...
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EBRU, a turkish paper marbling art. You can watch a sample video from this link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JQEsR_QChtA&NR;=1
EBRU, art on water..
Marbled paper, called ebru in Turkish, was used extensively in the binding of books and within the calligraphic panels in Turkey. The existing word ebre in Eastern Turkish, meaning variegated, points to the fact that marbling might have been known by the populations of Central Asia. Its origin might ultimately hark back to China, where a document from the T'ang dynasty (618-907) mentions a process of coloring paper on water with five hues.
Marbled paper, called ebru in Turkish, was used extensively in the binding of books and within the calligraphic panels in Turkey. The existing word ebre in Eastern Turkish, meaning variegated, points to the fact that marbling might have been known by the populations of Central Asia. Its origin might ultimately hark back to China
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Such a beautiful form of old art. Turkish Ebru Marbling used for making designs on paper, if you haven't heard of this, check it out!
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Water Painting. I want to learn how to do this!
How to Paint on Water as Paper Marbling with Ebru Art - YouTube
▶ Amazing Turkish art technique called Ebru. Floating dyes or paint on water. - YouTube
WOW, amazing artwork......... Painting on Water
Amazing - Painting on water. ^^ #painting #art #video #kunst #water
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Marble Everything!!! What a great Turkish art form m.designsponge.co...
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Making Marbled Paper, Art and Science unite for some spectacular results. #Spectrumlearn #Smart with #Art #FLVS #craft ernoons
DIY marbled paper lamp shades (this craft is so cool)
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Turkish Art of Marbling (#Ebru). I did this a couple of days ago on a citytrip to Istanbul.
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Ebru, the Turkish art of paper marbling. I'm gonna try it someday.
The Turkish Art of Marbling: Ebru- Water. Few things are as miraculous. Graceful, powerful, mysterious - it’s as precious as life itself. Their name for this exhilarating dance of color on water is Ebru. Sometimes described as the art of marble etching, Ebru isn’t chiseled or painted. Its beauty is unveiled through water. Every tiny drop of color descends into a sea of possibilities as a masterpiece is born.
Ebru (Turkish Water Marbling Art)