09.02.2018 - 13.02.2018 — Hall: 10.0 Stand: B 46B
09.02.2018 - 13.02.2018 — Hall: 11.0 Stand: G 50
TUMAR Art Group is a women-run business uniting a group of artisans and craftsmen in Kyrgyzstan. The artists redefine traditional materials and techniques, applying modern designs for the contemporary world!
Since the establishment the mission of the group has been to produce functional and sustainable products by exploring arts and crafts and thus creating better living conditions.
The main product line of Tumar Art Group has been interior items, in which we re-imagine the ancient traditions in a contemporary world. Tumar puts a great attention to the functional design combined with ecological value of the natural materials. The main material for the group is felt which provides warmth and comfort for the home and ease of transportation in pursuing nomadic life.
TUMAR Art Group cooperates with independent artists of local and international level to meet the global tastes by taking unique and individual approach. TUMAR Art Group is always happy to promote any initiative that creates unique objects of contemporary arts in Kyrgyzstan.
Design of felt products
The artisans of Tumar Art Group promotes the development of arts and crafts in a modern interpretation.
The uniqueness of TUMAR products is underlined by the quality of natural raw materials. Felt products such as pillows, blankets, carpets and shelves impart the warmth of genuine wool. Only natural fabrics are used in the production of textiles.
Sales and distribution of handicraft products
Products of TUMAR Art Group are distributed and sold throughout the countries of Central Asia, Japan, Europe and the United States.
Lightweight blankets and decorative pillowcases from merino wool create unusual softness and warmth...
Wall pockets - the Swallow's Nest – is an essential organizer for the small things. The organizers...
Felting is the ancient female art in which women were free to express their deepest thoughts and...
Shirdak – stitched felt carpet is one of the most valuable home wares usually laid on the center of...