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FEBRUARY 2018 – GABRIELA CRISTU

FEBRUARY 2018 - GABRIELA CRISTU Main field is tapestry. She also works the painting in oil on canvas and the drawing . Lives and works in Bucharest, Romania, Education 1969 – “ N.Tonitza ” Fine Arts College, Bucharest, Romania. 1973 – MFA of  “ N.Grigorescu ” Fine Arts Academy, Bucharest, Romania. 1973 – 1974 – Specialized as part of the Academy of Fine Arts, Bucharest, Romania. Membership [...]

By | 2018-01-31T15:36:43+00:00 January 31st, 2018|Artist of the Month, Exhibitions Archive|0 Comments

DECEMBER 2017 – PAWEL KIELPINSKI

DECEMBER 2017 - PAWEL KIELPINSKI Born in 1969 in Poznan, Poland Graduated from the State Higher School of Fine Arts in Poznan (University of Arts In Poznan), diploma 1995r. Education activity – senior lecturer in University of Arts in Poznan, faculty of Sculpture and Space Activities Areas of artistic Activity: textile art, painting, illustration, [...]

By | 2017-12-09T10:39:10+00:00 December 1st, 2017|Artist of the Month, Exhibitions Archive|0 Comments

ARTAPESTRY5 Artist List

Image: Jury’s presentation of the final Artapestry5 Artists Listed by Country: BELGIUM Groca, Carmen Száraz, Marika CZECH REPUBLIC Rozsívalová, Renata DENMARK Agger, Margrethe Brusgaard, Anet Fløe, Birgitte Hansen, Mette Henriksen, Ane Pagter, Gudrun Thorning, Inge Schrøder, Charlotte ENGLAND Jones, Margaret Ray, Anna FINLAND Donner, Ariadna Kajaniemi, Aino FRANCE Emöke Lavocat, Katherine Perret, Sarah GERMANY [...]

By | 2017-10-15T08:39:00+00:00 July 24th, 2017|ARTAPESTRY5, Exhibitions Archive, News|0 Comments

MAY 2017 – FIONA HUTCHISON

ARTIST OF THE MONTH: MAY 2017 - FIONA HUTCHISON “Tide” The subject is the Sea, materials and medium are textile. As an artist and teacher working predominantly, but not exclusively in Gobeiln tapestry, content is paramount in the development of my work. I aim to create a dialogue between the subject, materials and the viewer. While traditional [...]

By | 2017-10-15T08:39:01+00:00 May 8th, 2017|Artist of the Month, Exhibitions Archive|0 Comments