Ylvia Asal of Anatolia

Ylvia Asal was born in Turkey. She believes she was actually born an artist. With this in her heart, she focused her entire education and life experience on honing that aspect of her life. Her formative education, at the Girl’s Technical and Vocational High School, was followed by an intensive arts program in Istanbul, focusing on technique and design, along with accounting [she believes math is a form of art as well] From 1998 until 2003, Ylvia had her own business in Turkey. As a multi-media artist, Ylvia works with a wide array of mediums. From clay and wax for sculpture, to textile art such as fabric, yarn and painting. Her love of photography gives new insights to nature, people and shapes. Her studio is always filled with music she loves, and you will discover that she is a singer, dancer and musician as well. Her greatest passion is ‘making lace’, which is a centuries­ old­ technique of creating handcrafted lace. The skills required to master this art have been handed down from generation to generation. A decade ago she began creating one-of-a-kind pieces of wearable art in this age old tradition. She has modernized the look,but stayed true to the techniques she perfected on her own. The result is a beautiful collection celebrating this unique fusion. Her life in the Unites States took her to Business Accounting School in Philadelphia, and she graduated in 2008. After that, she started creating her art and opened her art business in 2012 in Ventnor City, New Jersey. Her second store was at The Noyes Arts Garage of Stockton University in Atlantic City, New Jersey. On November 18th to 20th, 2014, she exhibited for ArtprideNJ at the New Jersey State League of Municipalities Conference in the Convention Center in Atlantic City, NJ. She’s designed store­front windows in Atlantic City, New Jersey as part of the Main Street Program. She gave lace classes for one year at the Stockton Center on Successful Aging (SCOSA) as well as knitting and crochet classes at The Noyes Arts Garage of Stockton University. She is currently giving crochet and belly dance classes at the Ventnor City, Cultural Arts Center. Dance, Music, Creating Art is what her life is all about. www.anatoliaartcraft.com Ylvia Asal of Anatolia joined Society6 on March 22, 2016

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Ylvia Asal was born in Turkey. She believes she was actually born an artist. With this in her heart, she focused her entire education and life experience on honing that aspect of her life. Her formative education, at the Girl’s Technical and Vocational High School, was followed by an intensive arts program in Istanbul, focusing on technique and design, along with accounting [she believes math is a form of art as well] From 1998 until 2003, Ylvia had her own business in Turkey. As a multi-media artist, Ylvia works with a wide array of mediums. From clay and wax for sculpture, to textile art such as fabric, yarn and painting. Her love of photography gives new insights to nature, people and shapes. Her studio is always filled with music she loves, and you will discover that she is a singer, dancer and musician as well. Her greatest passion is ‘making lace’, which is a centuries­ old­ technique of creating handcrafted lace. The skills required to master this art have been handed down from generation to generation. A decade ago she began creating one-of-a-kind pieces of wearable art in this age old tradition. She has modernized the look,but stayed true to the techniques she perfected on her own. The result is a beautiful collection celebrating this unique fusion. Her life in the Unites States took her to Business Accounting School in Philadelphia, and she graduated in 2008. After that, she started creating her art and opened her art business in 2012 in Ventnor City, New Jersey. Her second store was at The Noyes Arts Garage of Stockton University in Atlantic City, New Jersey. On November 18th to 20th, 2014, she exhibited for ArtprideNJ at the New Jersey State League of Municipalities Conference in the Convention Center in Atlantic City, NJ. She’s designed store­front windows in Atlantic City, New Jersey as part of the Main Street Program. She gave lace classes for one year at the Stockton Center on Successful Aging (SCOSA) as well as knitting and crochet classes at The Noyes Arts Garage of Stockton University. She is currently giving crochet and belly dance classes at the Ventnor City, Cultural Arts Center. Dance, Music, Creating Art is what her life is all about. www.anatoliaartcraft.com

Ylvia Asal of Anatolia joined Society6 on March 22, 2016.

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