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Nino Rostomashvili


#1

Hello, this is Ms. Nino Rostomashvili from Tbilisi, Georgia :slight_smile:
My profession is Biophysics, second one is Freight Forwarding / Logistics.

Cloisonne Enamel is my hobby, which is becoming more and more serious field to express all ideas into making beautiful items.

Here are few of my works.

Thank you


#2

Hi Nino - it appears your works did not upload. You need to wait until they appear in the window prior to posting. Please upload them - we would love to see them!


#3

Sorry, now I see nothing was uploaded. At the moment I’m trying to upload photos, but it shows as “uploading” and nothing appears.

Will try again.

Thank you


#4

I see them now - gorgeous!


#5

Lovely intricate work. Bravo!


#6

Thank You so much :slight_smile:


#7

Many Thanks :slight_smile: :slight_smile: :slight_smile:


#8

So colorful and just beautiful!


#9

Hi,

I just love your use of wood materials as frames for your art!

Julie


#10

Many Thanks :slight_smile:


#11

Stunning work. Very painterly use of mottled and shaded enamels. The view of Old Tbilisi in particular brought to mind the work of Marc Chagall, especially his stained-glass windows.


#12

Thank you so much :slight_smile:


#13


#14

Nino,

Not just beautiful, but some fun too it seems (The pendant with fringe.) I like artists who are not serious all the time. Thank you for sharing your work.

Eileen

Also, an Enamelist


#15

Love your work, stunning use of color… I love your design sense too.
Best,
Jim


#16

Thank you :slight_smile:


#17

Many Thanks :blush: :slight_smile:


#18

Particularly love the ring!


#19

:slight_smile: <3 :slight_smile: Many Thanks


#20

Very nice art work. Your dedication to color and workmanship is museum quality. I love the ring.