Kurpie Heritage

11 Piny14 Obserwujący
Polish rooster nails

Polish rooster nails

Nowogrod, Kurpie, Poland by Szymon Nitka, via Flickr

Nowogrod, Kurpie, Poland by Szymon Nitka, via Flickr

"Most wycinaki is made with layers of different colors, but the Kurpie and Kolbiel regions are typically just one color. Below is an assortment of designs from Malgorzata Belkiewicz, both traditional Kolbiel and personal artistic creations."

"Most wycinaki is made with layers of different colors, but the Kurpie and Kolbiel regions are typically just one color. Below is an assortment of designs from Malgorzata Belkiewicz, both traditional Kolbiel and personal artistic creations."

Kurpie z palmami w Łysych. Easter Palms

Kurpie z palmami w Łysych. Easter Palms

Kurpie Mazowsze

Kurpie Mazowsze

Kurpie Mazowsze

Kurpie Mazowsze

Pisanki from the Kurpie Region of Poland

Pisanki from the Kurpie Region of Poland

Open air museum in Nowgród. Kurpie.

Open air museum in Nowgród. Kurpie.

Helena Witkowska, a folk artist, decorates traditional Easter eggs at Kuznia Kurpiowska, a museum in the ethnic region of Kurpie in Pniewo, near Pultusk, 70 km (45 miles) north from Warsaw, April 4, 2012. In Kurpie, traditional Easter eggs are decorated with white bulrush pith and coloured wool, which are glued to the egg shell.

7 Different Ways to Wear a Saree with Tutorials

Helena Witkowska, a folk artist, decorates traditional Easter eggs at Kuznia Kurpiowska, a museum in the ethnic region of Kurpie in Pniewo, near Pultusk, 70 km (45 miles) north from Warsaw, April 4, 2012. In Kurpie, traditional Easter eggs are decorated with white bulrush pith and coloured wool, which are glued to the egg shell.

Artist Olga Dawidczyk shows a traditionally decorated Easter egg at Kuznia Kurpiowska, a museum in the ethnic region of Kurpie in Pniewo, Poland on April 4, 2012. In Kurpie, traditional Easter eggs are decorated with white bulrush pith and colored wool.

Easter and Holy Week

Artist Olga Dawidczyk shows a traditionally decorated Easter egg at Kuznia Kurpiowska, a museum in the ethnic region of Kurpie in Pniewo, Poland on April 4, 2012. In Kurpie, traditional Easter eggs are decorated with white bulrush pith and colored wool.


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