Photo Gallery Pages -- EMBROIDERY OF REGIONAL MINORITIES Collectors Corner June 2014

EMBROIDERY OF REGIONAL MINORITIES Collectors Corner June 2014

EMBROIDERY OF REGIONAL MINORITIES  Collectors Corner  June 20140

TTS Steering Committe member Khun Chomporn Dhanesnittaya opened Ayoraya Gallery for the June Collectors Corner, presenting participants with an impressive collection of embroidered textiles belonging to tribal and minority groups in Central and Southeast Asia, including the exotic Naga people of Myanmar and the Miao. A variety of materials were used to adorn these garments and bags, applying beads, natural seeds and sea shells to both silk and cotton.



EMBROIDERY OF REGIONAL MINORITIES  Collectors Corner  June 20141


EMBROIDERY OF REGIONAL MINORITIES  Collectors Corner  June 20140


EMBROIDERY OF REGIONAL MINORITIES  Collectors Corner  June 20141


EMBROIDERY OF REGIONAL MINORITIES  Collectors Corner  June 20140


EMBROIDERY OF REGIONAL MINORITIES  Collectors Corner  June 20141


EMBROIDERY OF REGIONAL MINORITIES  Collectors Corner  June 20140


EMBROIDERY OF REGIONAL MINORITIES  Collectors Corner  June 20141


EMBROIDERY OF REGIONAL MINORITIES  Collectors Corner  June 20140


EMBROIDERY OF REGIONAL MINORITIES  Collectors Corner  June 20141


EMBROIDERY OF REGIONAL MINORITIES  Collectors Corner  June 20140


EMBROIDERY OF REGIONAL MINORITIES  Collectors Corner  June 20141

Khun Chomporn talked about the origins and techniques, patterns and symbolism used on these colorful and unusual pieces. She pointed out a variety of materials  that were used to adorn these garments and bags, applying beads, natural seeds and sea shells to both silk and cotton.



EMBROIDERY OF REGIONAL MINORITIES  Collectors Corner  June 20140


EMBROIDERY OF REGIONAL MINORITIES  Collectors Corner  June 20141


EMBROIDERY OF REGIONAL MINORITIES  Collectors Corner  June 20140


EMBROIDERY OF REGIONAL MINORITIES  Collectors Corner  June 20141


EMBROIDERY OF REGIONAL MINORITIES  Collectors Corner  June 20140