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craftsman

1. a member of a skilled trade; someone who practises a craft; artisan
2. an artist skilled in the techniques of an art or craft
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Another craftswoman from Nookat Jamiyla Tashtemirova, said that she had embroidered a portrait of the President of the World Assembly of Muslim Youth Said Bayoumi on the carpet and received a ticket for pilgrimage.
(Craftswoman 1) (...) solidarity economy is, in this sense, a way of helping the other, everybody produces, put everything in common in the same space and we sell.
Vivencia learned inabal weaving from a national folkmaster craftswoman, Salinta Monon, identified and awarded for her legendary weaves by the National Commission on Culture and Arts (NCCA).
Another top craftswoman from Hunza Gilgit Baltistan, Bibi Najaat also lauded the Lok virsa administration for their support and cooperation to the artisan of GB during the national Lok visa exhibition and providing them an opportunity to display their products.
This essay is followed by portraits of six other modern artists in a variety of media as well as a section of shorter sketches of pre1900 artists and patrons, including an article on Ottawa craftswoman Margaret Boyd, sister to Andrew Blackbird of "Blackbird's Song," reviewed elsewhere in Books to Read.
Visitors can learn about willow weaving from Mid Wales craftswoman Beryl Smith, and how to spin on a drop spindle from the Gwent Guild of Weavers, Spinners and Dyers.
The craftswoman, who owns the Secret Swan Boutique, specialises in making wooden creations.
Sitting in her store situated deep inside the festival's traditional souq, the craftswoman told Gulf News: "There is very little variety among stores.
Kirstie's Handmade Britain (Channel 4, 8pm) BONA fide queen of the handmade and all things crafty, Kirstie Allsopp returns with a brand new series that will really test her mettle as a craftswoman.
This is very clear from the fact that the picture of an Omani craftswoman while doing her work has been taken as a logo for this year's exhibition at which more that 170 talented craftsmen from 52 countries around the world will take part.
Kathy Dickerson, a craftswoman and folk storyteller with the Oklahoma-based Kiowa tribe, spotted the flyer on her friend's Facebook page.
She is a master craftswoman who honed her skills perhaps while obtaining her M.F.A.