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TASHA ORO

Upcycled-panel 2 KAHLY

Upcycled-panel 2 KAHLY

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The KAHLY series draws its inspiration from the timeless "tree" motif, deeply rooted in the rich heritage of Ukrainian folk art. This beloved pattern is a recurrent theme in Ukrainian culture, gracing ceramics, embroidery, and carvings. It symbolizes a profound connection to the heavens, as well as a strong earthly bond, paying homage to ancestors and preserving the legacy for future generations.

Dimensions: 1200mm x 600mm x 50mm
Weight: 1.5 kg

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TASHA ORO places particular emphasis on the symbolism of colors, each carrying its own unique significance. To delve deeper into Ukrainian traditions, she meticulously explored the collections at the Museum of Pottery in Kyiv. Furthermore, in her mission to introduce modern Ukrainian culture to the United Kingdom, she sought to bridge the color codes of both Ukrainian and English cultures, identifying common ground.

In the creation of these panels, TASHA employed upcycling techniques, giving new life to old wallpapers, cardboard boxes, and vintage ceramic ware from the Soviet era. By working within the realm of upcycling, she aims to transcend the negative connotations associated with mass-produced Soviet-era domestic items, seamlessly integrating them into a contemporary context. This is her way of bridging generational divides and uniting the threads of time and history.

The panels come in dimensions of 1200x600x50 mm, with each panel weighing 1.5 kg, ensuring both practicality and artistic value.

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    BIOGRAPHY of TASHA ORO

      My creative method is upcycling. I firmly believe that in our overly saturated world, recycling is the most ethical and potentially creative way to produce art. In my work,...

    BIOGRAPHY of TASHA ORO

      My creative method is upcycling. I firmly believe that in our overly saturated world, recycling is the most ethical and potentially creative way to produce art. In my work,...