Ebru Kunst von Melek Güner
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 : Betül Hut Boyut : 35x50 Gelincik Demeti
A spread of traditional mezes
Turkish lacework necklace.
Porcelain Tiles, Topkapı Palace, Istanbul, Turkey
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!
Seared Chevrons Cardigan - Anthropologie >> I really like how the basic chevrons are curved like marbled paper. How to reproduce this??
Marbled Silk Scarf
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”.
EBRU, a turkish paper marbling art. You can watch a sample video from this link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JQEsR_QChtA=1
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
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!
Ebru, or Turkish marbling
Marble Everything!!! What a great Turkish art form http://m.designsponge.com/2010/09/marble-paper-with-erica-from-ps-i-made-this.html
Turkish Art of Marbling (#Ebru). I did this a couple of days ago on a citytrip to Istanbul.