Ágnes Herczeg’s Colored Lace Sceneries and Portraits

If you visit Ágnes Herczeg’s website you will be greeted with a message: “This is where you will find pillow lace and needle lace artworks made with traditional handicraft techniques.” One click later you will be at her online shop where you can buy art pieces (6-17cm) for $300. Agnes Herczeg was born in Kecskemet, Hungary, where she graduated from the Hungarian University of Fine Arts – (1992–1997) majoring in textile conservation. “Over the years I have learned many traditional handicraft techniques. I have extensively studied the craft of embroidery and lace-making (needle lace, pillow lace, macramé, braiding, etc.),” artist shares. “I use only natural materials of vegetable origin: yarns, threads, textiles, as well as tree branches, roots, fruits, and seeds.” To get such astonishing results, Herczeg needs a great amount of time to focus on her art pieces. Few days are needed just for a tiny piece to be done. “I would like to use the website to introduce myself in the field of popular wall decor (wall sculpture) in classical and modern interior design.” Check out artists’ beautiful and little-known Instagram page and help her out to grow in numbers. She deserves it greatly!

Miniature, textile, design art pieces like this need a great amount of time

Hungarian artist Agnes Herczeg has her online shop where you could get these for $300 (6-18cm)

Incredible portrait using colored lace

Agnes uses only natural materials of vegetable origin

Artist had graduated from Hungarian University of Fine Arts – (1992–1997) majoring in textile conservation

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