(Hungary 1920-Belgium 1999)
Like all young Hungarian girls of her generation, Aranka Pasztor-Liban learned embroidery in her childhood. It was thus quite natural that she chose this technique to reveal her idyllic personal universe. When she was free of her domestic occupations when her two children had left home, creation became a vital element in her life. It was virtually viral as it invaded every corner of the house where she lived with her husband in Halanzy, in the province of Luxembourg. Flowers, blonde goddesses, butterflies... bathed in a bright, sparkling light delight the eye. Aranka Pasztor-Liban really lived her creativity, wearing the dresses that she made from shimmering fabrics.