Monday, April 10, 2017

Inspiration Monday: Heavenly Felt Bags

 
 
Meet master felter Olga Gulyaeva. The first time I saw her bags, I was swept off my feet! Because this is gorgeousness in all its glory.
 
Olga is very modest and you can find very little about her online. She says: "Every good deed and perfect gift descends from above, from the Father of Worlds, therefore I have nothing to boast about and I just thank my God for rewarding me with this pleasure and investing this ability in me  - the ability to create."
 
Her work is not only meticulously elaborate, but shows every atom of love she infused into it.
 
 
 
Besides her bags, she also creates clothes and accessories and you can see more of her work here.




 

10 comments:

Marjan Hoebeke-Pfaff said...

Dear Maya,
these purses are gorgeous indeed - guess you wouldn't mind having one of those, would you? I certainly wouldn't! They are absolutely breathtaking! As well as the poppy-flower dress... Sigh...
Thank you for introducing us to this amazing artitst,
Marjan

Maya Kuzman said...

Dear Marjan, I went crazy when I saw them! Such craftmanship, such impeccable work... no I wouldn'mind having them all!:)

Divya N said...

I am transported to another magical realm even as I look at the felted pieces. They are fabulous

Maya Kuzman said...

So well said Divya! Magical indeed.

handmade by amalia said...

Beautiful makes.
Amalia
xo

Carol (" Mimi") Benton said...

These are gorgeous creations. It would be like carrying or wearing a work of art to own one of these. They will become heirlooms.

Maya Kuzman said...

Yes!They are precious little masterpieces and I do hope I become a proud owner of one :)

Michelle Leslie said...

OMW Maya, those are STUNNING. They're works of art and need to be framed in a museum so all future generations can see them. Beyond gorgeous, wow, she is incredibly talented. Thanks so very much for show casing her work. Truly incredible

Debby Goes Shabby said...

Beautiful!

Debby
Debbygoesshabby.blogspot.com

The Charm of Home said...

How pretty! Thanks for sharing at Home Sweet Home!