A short movie of Japanese embroidery exhibition in Japan. There are kimono, obi, interior designs, bags, brooches, neckties, etc. It was quite enjoyable to see the variety of products.
At JEC, the second week of March saw the Advanced class - Phoenix by Ito Jakuchu for stitchers above phase X. This year’s Advanced Classes will provide the opportunity to experience the stitching by watching step by step live demonstration on screen.
There will be an another opportunity to learn this theme in UK in August 2017. The details will be posted very shortly.
This is a sample movie which will be covered during the class.
Phoenix - head area
Today we would like to introduce Knots: round technique through video.
Knots, which were one of the earliest techniques used in embroidery in Japan, give texture to an otherwise flat work.
They may be used individually to indicate random pieces of pollen, or massed in the center of flower.
Knots may vary in size and shape, for they can be used round and with tails.
Also, if you are interested in taking this course which will be held from November 2 - 6, 2016
Alexandria, Virginia, 2016 National EGA seminar, please visit:
Cherry blossom (sakura) Knots technique
This short movie of "Plum in Praise" will be the theme of our class at National 2016 Embroidery Guild of America seminar in Nov 2 - 6, Alexandria, Virginia.
We are so grateful to all EGA organizers for this wonderful opportunity!
The technique is called Vertical Layer and material is twisted silk thread on dyed silk fabric.
For more details, please visit EGA seminar website at:
Plum in Praise for 2016 EGA Seminar
This is a very short movie of feather stitching of Peacock.
At the last Advanced class in March, we had around 23 stitchers from England, France and the USA. We were so pleased to see the Nuido family together for this very special project. We are honored to receive much positive feedback, though we feel the class was truly created and supported by everyone's positive attitude and will.
feather stitching of Peacock
The Nuido exhibition at Oglethorpe University has ended with enormous success. However our Fractal Project continues.
Part of the Fractal Project has delivered to Japan several days ago and will be exhibited at Metro Tokyo area.
As there's a necessity to spread the awareness of One is Whole, Whole is One, we earnestly wish for Phase X and above stitchers to keep working on the project and sending us your new design ideas.
If any fellow facebook users would like to share the design of your country, culture, etc please contact us with link to that image from below page:
Thank you very much for your cooperation!
We are waiting for Fractal Project ideas!
Mr. Tamura cordially welcomes you to the world of Nuido! (The way of embroidery). He explains about Pre-Phase 1 "New Encounter." which was completed by teenager boy. This curriculum was designed to be more appealing and less intimidating for beginners of Japanese embroidery.
We are always amazed about the potentials of hands and heart of sitcher regardless of his or her age.
If you are interested in learning and finding instructor near you, please submit your information from URL below:
Pre-Phase 1, an introduction to Nuido
In this third video of Oglethorpe University exhibition, Mr. Tamura explains about the symbolism and meaning behind the theme obi, International Gagaku. This obi contains embroidery, color dye, and gold leaf which are traditional techniques used for costumes in Japan.
Explanation of exhibition theme embroidery
Greetings! Nuido master, Shuji Tamura would like to explain several symbolism in Fractal Project and our earnest wish for creating this project with Nuido members around the world. Your like, comments, and sharing would be very much appreciated as we can spread the awareness of "One is whole, the whole is one - each individual fractal design can shined because of its differences, the whole shines because of the individual fractals."
Symbolism and Concept of Fractal Project.
During the reception of Nuido Exhibition at Oglethorpe University, Museum Director, Elizabeth Peterson gave a warm greeting including overall impression of arts. We are so grateful to be able to collaborate.
Reception Greeting at Nuido Exhibition
This is an exhibition preview by Nuido master, Shuji Tamura. He is giving a short lecture about Fractal Project which is one of the main theme.
For more information about exhibition, please visit: http://museum.oglethorpe.edu/exhibitions/nuido-the-way-of-embroidery/
For next post, we will introduce more designs!
Exhibition, Nuido -The Way of Embroidery Preview by Nuido Mast...