Tickled Pink Roses - Arleta Pech - Lanarte Home & Garden Collection - Aida Black (14 ct) Complete Counted Cross Stitch Kit
Tickled Pink - Arleta Pech - Lanarte Home & Garden Collection - DMC Aida Black (14 ct) Counted Cross Stitch Kit, includes thread, fabric, needles, pattern
Helleborus Pink Roses
Finished Size: 18.5" x 14.5" inches
LanArte is a manufacturer of high quality counted cross stitch kits and is renowned for its choice of design, converting art works to embroidered works of art.
These kits have everything you need to complete the project, and are absolutely beautiful. These truly are works of art!
Arleta Pech is a well known artist who resides in the Denver area. Her works of art are displayed in several galleries, including Arts at Denver and The International Guild of Realism. She is no stranger to Denver collectors as she has been painting and exhibiting in Denver for more than thirty years. She is a member of the Rocky Mountain National Watermedia Society and has appeared in numerous solo and museum shows all over the United States. Other career highlights include: Listed in “Who’s Who in American Art 2014-2015 International Realism Guild, 2013- International Salon, Texas 2012- International Guild Carmel, Ca 2012 –ARC SALON 2011- Southwest Art Magazine “Artist to Watch” 2010 Oil Painters Of America Regional Show, Jackson, WY 2007-20011 “The New Reality: The Frontier of Realism in the 21st Century.” Smith Kramer Museum Tour
By perfectly capturing the spirit of her paintings, Lanarte makes it possible for you to have an original Arleta Pech design in cross-stitch.
In case you aren't familiar with Lanarte, here is a little history of the company:
In 1934, Augustinus (Guus) Vergnes opened a shop in Leeuwarden selling yarn and knitting wool. The range was gradually extended to include other needlecrafts, such as simple cross-stitch kits. Over the years, Guus managed to open numerous shops throughout the country under the name Naaldkunst (Needlecraft). As the offer in needlecraft kits was not very broad at that time, Guus felt the need to design his own needlecraft kits. And so he did.
This activity was given a definitive shape by the setting up of Lanarte, in the meanwhile grown into a family business. In 1973 a new business premises was built on the newly developed Schenkenschans industrial area in Leeuwarden.
Market leader in needlecraft kits
Besides the collection and design of embroidery kits, yarns were imported and distributed, initially to their own Naaldkunst shops and later also to many independent Dutch retailers. The Lanarte needlecraft kits were so successful, first within and later also outside the Netherlands, that this product grew to become more and more the core business of Lanarte. And so Lanarte has been the absolute market leader in this sector for decades and Lanarte kits are highly valued all around the world. Long term relationships have been established with distributors in various countries, aided by the sales support that Lanarte offers them.
Due to the great success of the needlecraft kits and the decline in the market for knitting yarns, this subsidiary activity was halted in 1999, to allow total concentration on the core business; the manufacture and design of products for the creative consumer. Lanarte is now a specialist design and production business with distributors all over the world.
Lanarte makes embroidery into art
Many well known artists such as Willem Haenraets, Marjolein Bastin and Joadoor have made their work available to be converted into embroidery patterns. These very critical artists are, rightly, particularly demanding with regard to the conversion to cross-stitch.
The paintings are converted into cross-stitch patterns using a software package developed in-house. Determining the colours and nuances remains a job for specialists. The creative studio is continually busy looking for new ways. For example, a screen printed background gives an extra dimension to a piece of embroidery and different embroidery fabrics are used for the various designs.
Thanks to the special relationship between Lanarte and its customers, they have a good view of what consumers want. To gauge trends, extended training takes place in international exchanges. The knowledge of how to translate this into qualitatively outstanding products has made Lanarte into the market leader in cross-stitch kits.
That is how Lanarte has developed into a dynamic customer and consumer oriented company, continually on the hunt for new challenges.
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