Collection of Hutsul objects by Nikolai Marichek.

Living (by) art
Living (by) art
Collection of Hutsul objects by Nikolai Marichek.
Pots, pans, hand saws, oxen yoke, hooks, wooden spoons, plates, bread baskets, jugs, posts, whistles, ceramic bowls, vodka bottles, cart wheels, buckets, soup ladles, rocking chairs, bags, sacks , spindles, wooden buckets, various woven items – all have their place, carefully placed in the yard of Mr. Nikolai Marichek. He considers himself a true Ukrainian Hutsul, a descendant of Hutsuls who worked from the land or in the forest. Now it is his turn to continue all this heritage in his native village of Valea Visheului (Vyshivska Dolina), located on the border of Romania with Ukraine.
Podcast author Maria Cinar-Jiga

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