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You haven't seen such a creative embroidery yet! An artist from Lithuania shows class.

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The transformation of simple objects into works of art - the ability that immediately distinguishes the real master. Lithuanian artist Severija Incirauskaite-Kriauneviciene did the seemingly impossible: she began to embroider with a cross on ... metal. Exactly! Having graduated from an art academy and a school of applied art, at the age of 22, young Severia received recognition - her first award for such creative work.

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The idea to embroider on metal, like all strange and ingenious ideas, was born by chance: Severia saw small holes in old rusty metal objects, added several more and began to embody the idea into reality, namely, to embroider with a cross on metal. Admittedly, she did it very, very well!

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Even if the object has long lost its significance, Severia knows how to make a work of art out of it, which is talent. Cans, irons, lids, iron rust buckets, spoons and much more - canvases for the work of a talented artist. Should I add something else? It seems that the work of Sever speak for themselves:

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