Tuesday, March 4, 2014

Caucasus, Georgia, Tbilisi: Art Market

Continued from “Caucasus, Georgia: Holy Mtskheta”

The best way to understand the spirit of every civilization is to visit their street art markets. The less wealthy (i.e. ‘civilized’ or ‘standardized’) is the country, the richer is art.

Most artists live in poverty. But they never stop creating, irrelevant of revolutions or other extreme state affairs. Georgian artists are not an exclusion!

In the center of Tbilisi, the capital of Georgia there is an art fair. You can find plenty of things. Below are artworks that I liked most.

Art-shopping enriches your life, taste and adds delight to your everyday life.

This is what I got in Tbilisi, among other things.

Plates for every day use

This is how these nice and elegant plates add charm to tasty food.

Salt and stewed onions for fried fish

Frozen cherries from my garden

add unforgettable taste to meat pie I bake every week-end.

You can also visit your own street art market to enjoy the atmosphere of beauty and abundance. By buying artworks, you contribute to artists’ wellness! When you use artworks in everyday life with pleasure, or admire pictures or other art objects, you prolong artists’ life and creation potential.

Tomorrow we shall walk around evening Tbilisi and listen to fantastic Georgian siningng.

Natalia Levis-Fox

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