You have heard of Embroidery artwork. It is elegant and surely a masterpiece created by hand. In these modern times, embroidery have gone further with technology. The best embroidery machine has been created designed to specifically to mimic hand embroidery.
Nontheless, the ancient art of Chinese Embroidery – The Su Embroidery is proudly crafted by skilled hands. No machines are used but only the hands of the experts. Magnifissance, a website that features luxury items for homes published beautiful art that showcases this impressive artwork.
Art of Silk – The Making of Our Silk Embroidery Art
The immaculate designs made by Chinese masters in needle painting brings everyone in awe. Every masterpiece is extraordinary and whimsical. It is precisely done that anyone who views the masterpiece is awestruck, not finding the exact words to describe the beauty of each work.
These artistic embroidery masterpieces used only natural silk fibers. It is thinner than a hair strand and reflects light in every strand. This is the most notable characteristic of this art form. Each silk thread is split so that it makes smaller strands of silk installed in a needle to complete the project.
The ancient art traces its roots from Suzhou China more than 2500 years past. It is the most celebrated artists in Chinese needle painting.
Originating in Suzhou, China over 2500 years ago, Su embroidery is the most celebrated form of Chinese needle painting. The master needle and thread ‘painters’ use strands of silk split into filaments barely visible to the eye, only to take your breath away with lighting, shading and colors so vibrant, it’s challenging to tell the difference between the original Renaissance painting and the needle painting. — Magnifissance
In this present times, there are three points to master in Su embroidery: the traditional technique eliminated overlapping threads, the vivid and authentic artwork, and finally the overlapping threads.
Such a great art deserves proper praises. And indeed this ancient art still holds to this date. Its genuinity is something that no machine can precisely mimic.