rosa andreeva's enchanting embroidery
We’re always told to stop and smell the roses, but what about crouching down and admiring nature at ground level? Through her intricate embroidered works, Russian artist Rosa Andreeva encourages us to explore the garden from a critter’s point of view. Rosa’s clever stitching highlights the most delicate parts of a pot plant or flower patch: glistening cobwebs, blades of grass, and fluffy dandelions blowing in the wind. She’s been embroidering since 2004, and sells her work online (you might need to brush up on your Russian before ordering a piece). To see more from Rosa, head over this-a-way.