Exhibit “The Spirit Of Christmas”

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Exhibit “The Spirit Of Christmas”
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Exhibit “The Spirit Of Christmas” says
The Russian Cultural Center presents the artworks by two Russian woman artists.

Admission is free.
All artworks are available for sale.

On the display: unique rag-dolls, created by self-trained artist Natalia Borisova from Russian Far East.

Natalia started making these dolls 4 years ago. She got an inspiration from the Tilda, a world known doll invented by Norwegian artist Tone Finnanger. At the same time, Russia has its own tradition of making rag-dolls; they often served as talismans.

The dolls by Natalia wear colorful clothes, and each has its own funny name. They resemble good fairies. Such doll would be a perfect Christmas gift and can even start a new collection.

Also on the view: the unique collection of hand-painted versions of postcards that dedicated to the Christmas and New Year Holidays. Commissioned in the former USSR, these state/house-published postcards were originally created by artist Valentina Kisseleva in the 1970’s and published or reprinted into thousands of copies for state-wide distribution. Nevertheless, each one of them is artwork in itself. They are magic and colorful, and with elements of fairy tales.
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By: Russian Cultural Center "Our Texas"

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