Software: Esko ArtiosCAD 3D
Final MA Atwork contains: “Katpedeles and Segments” and “Three dimensional rendition of quadrangle geometrical pattern common in Lithuanian textile".
Each Part is compiled under the same Theme and different Title.
The Baltic ornament has distinguished for simplicity, moderation and sculptural nature. By retaining the recognizable forms, combining the modern with the archaic, I create my own, original version of the Baltic ornament. My goal is to present a picture of the Baltic ornament in a three-dimensional space, to highlight its main forms, to look for a relationship with man, environment, interior fragments, to search for space for developing the ornament by sculptural and architectural solutions. The basis of the paper is the textile pattern “Katpedeles and Segments”.
The authenticity of textile patterns – implies peculiar forms and names. The basis of creative work is a graphic picture of the smallest recurrent weaving pattern, of a motif of the square textile pattern called “Katpedes and Segments”. The very same graphic ornament transferred to a three-dimensional space becomes a new pattern, a spatial structure, an object of art. The illusion of squares is created in a three-dimensional space using three size square elements (combinations of four shapes) and three different colours: white, brown and blue cardboard, following the identical principles of construction. Blue colours were liked by residents in Southern Lithuania, and it prevailed in the clothing of Lithuanians in East Prussia. Thus, using a non-traditional technique I made a graphic drawing of the ornaments. I dissembled the ornament and split into separate segments.