Winter is a time when all living creatures fall asleep, covered by pure dazzling snow. The polar night and northern radiance take their power all over the Chukchi Peninsula in winter. Nevertheless, the traces of animals and sledges on the snow are the only marks of life that continue. The long winter evenings are perfect for Eskimos to gather round the fire and tell fairy stories, which give birth to new motives for patterns to embroider.
Natalia Dolgova Studio
Upper Hagg Road