sartorial art and fashion exhibit

1/22/2015

"Mūsų praeities beieškant" VIDEO

Sausio 19 d. 20.30 val. per "Init" televiziją laidoje "Mūsų praeities beieškant" pasakojama apie Eglės žalčių karalienės sakmės motyvus lietuvių dailėje ir imsimės aptarti šiuos mitologinius siužetus lietuvių kompozitorių darbuose.
Laidoje baigsime aptarti Žilvino ir jo žmonos vaizdavimą dailėje, o tada žiūrovams parodysime kaip svarbi ši sakmė buvo ir Lietuvos kompozitoriams. Eglė su Žilvinu įsibrovė į pačius stambiausius muzikos žanrų kūrinius: operą, baletą, roko operą, kūrinius chorams ir kt.

Laidoje dalyvauja:
Vilniaus dailės akademijos Kauno fakulteto menotyrininkas

Doc. dr. Stanislovas Mostauskis

Žymus Lietuvos kompozitorius, Vilniaus dailės akademijos dėstytojas
Prof. Mindaugas Urbaitis.


Kviečiame visus žiūrėti: 

 http://www.init.lt/main.php/id/5854/lang/1/ishow/15747

Vilma Maré Fashion Exhibition at McDaris Fine Art Features ‘Baltic Style’


by The Rogovoy Report
Works from ‘Queen of Serpents’ by Vilma Mare
Works from 'Queen of Serpents' by Vilma Mare(HUDSON, N.Y.) – “Queen of Serpents,” an innovative fashion exhibition featuring Baltic-style works by Lithuanian born, regionally based fashion designer Vilma Maré, is on display now through February at McDaris Fine Art (623 Warren Street). This exhibition of artisanal clothing styles includes coats, skirts and other vestments based in Baltic mythology. Besides the usual body protection and adornment of apparel, Maré also maintains its spiritual content, as protection against harm and attractor of fertility and happiness.
Additionally, Maré will exhibit five oversized, sartorial tapestries based on characters from the mythical story of Egle, “Queen of Serpents,” and nine large original flags depicting a traditional celebration scene.

McDaris Fine Art: Queen of Serpents Myth | Vilma Mare

by imby.com/ Dale Stewart / Six Media (posted by Dale Stewart)

Hudson, New York — McDaris Fine Art in collaboration with 2440 Design Studio presents an innovative exhibition featuring Lithuanian born, regionally based fashion designer Vilma Mare of Baltic Style. Mare explores contemporary culture through an installation involving a symbolic ceremony that recreates a time of connection and cleansing. Egle, the Queen of Serpents is a feminine image with hereditary connection to indigenous rites, worship of ancestral land and family values, and harmonious dialogue between Humankind and Nature. Through the merging of archetypal water, blood and fire the world is reborn. The purpose is to restore the values of a sacred world. This story depicts an ancient ritual understood from a female perspective whereby Egle takes a central role as she becomes a mediator between “sacral” and “secular” spheres.

Fashion Designer Vilma Maré Returns to Hudson