Landscape embroidery art encapsulates the beauty of the Northern Lights
Artists have long drawn inspiration from the Northern Lights, also known as the Northern Lights. And it’s no wonder why; the brilliant light display features vivid colors that dance across the sky, and it compels creatives to recreate the views in their chosen medium. Tanya Mironowa, alias Embroidery by Nusik, recently paid homage to this phenomenon with a series of landscaped hoops inspired by the Northern Lights.
Using a long and graceful satin stitch, Mironowa mixes cool blues, turquoises, pinks, purples and greens while dancing over mountain landscapes and waterfalls. Contained in circular frames, the wire rays act as snapshots of magical moments frozen in time. They celebrate the expansive beauty of the Northern Lights while showcasing the power of embroidery to capture such incredible scenes on such a small scale.
Tanya Mironowa, aka Embroidery by Nusik, celebrates the beautiful Northern Lights in her meticulous hoop art.
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