FIBER ART GROUP "HARMONY"
The Fiber Art Group "Harmony" is exhibiting a collection of art
works of different mediums and miscellaneous subjects like tapestries and woven
three-dimensional art, painting on silk,
felting, quilts, and applique.
This Fiber Art Group display is remarkable in the diversity of expression
and visual energy by mature artists who have defined their roles with textiles combining contemporary style with traditional
fiber techniques. "Harmony" emerges in this eclectic collection of art in a magical way; sometimes from within, sometimes
of the spiritual world and sometimes of the subjects that surround us. Harmony offers a delightful visual experience.
Ewa Bartosz-Mazus creates extraordinary two and three-dimensional tapestries
which are very personal expressions and reflections of her life’s episodes. Ewa is an establish artist and an art teacher who participated in many Art Shows in Europe, Canada and
US. She lives in Zakopane, Poland.
Machel demonstrates amazing appliqué
collages, choosing elegant fabrics to create interpretations of her favorite classical painters.
She is a medical doctor and very gifted artist who lives in Windsor, Nova Scotia and
has exhibited her art in Poland and galleries of Nova Scotia and
Marie Constance Morley shows sensational silk paintings of landscapes, people and nature. She is an established artist whose work has been exhibited
in numerous individual and group Art Shows in Canada and
Christina Pleizier studied at the Ontario College Of Art. She creates extraordinary fiber
arts such tapestry, embroidery and recently quilts with a rich variety of fabrics transformed into fine art. Christina has
been showing her art through various art venues in Ottawa and area.
Szluinska-Sadej presents tapestries incorporating a range of textures,
designs and colors that define her unique style.
Krystyna is an accomplished tapestry artist. Her works of woven art have been exposed in Poland, Germany, Canada and US.
Iwonaa Szpakowicz exhibits dazzling woven art, extravagant in color and shape and offering a rich visual experience. She is a talented art weaver,
photographer and writer. She participated
in several art and craft shows in the Canada, Poland and
Zofia Werblicka makes
charming tapestries that show her mastery of color, yarn and subject.
Zofia is a well-known textile artist who has exhibited in Poland, France, Germany and Canada. She lives in Poland, Wroclaw.
Bhat Boy constructs wonderful three-dimensional fabric collages on canvas blended
into the paintings that elucidate his vivid imagination. He spends much of his time
travelling and exhibiting his work in Canada, the United States and Europe.
Denise Coker has exhibited
nationally and internationally. Her
original and varied approaches offer a spectrum of contemporary textile
art. Works by this artist are included in public, corporate and private
Thoma Ewen has
been exhibiting her magnificent tapestries nationally and internationally for more than 30 years. She designs and weaves tapestry wall hangings for residential
and public spaces, directs Community Tapestry Projects and Artist-in-the-Schools projects, and teaches tapestry workshops
at Moon Rain, Quebec.
Monique Lehman from
Pasadena, US shows her stunning
woven tapestries of scenery, natural world and abstraction. She is an established artist who won
numerous art awards. Her tapestries have been exhibited in many individual and
group Art Shows in US, China, and in Europe.
Nicu Zeleznicov introduces superb
three-dimensional tapestries composed of separately woven elements. Nicu is a renowned artist who has appeared in galleries throughout Europe, Australia, USA and most recently in Ottawa. He lives in Piarta Neamt Romania.
Ixchel Suarez exhibits dramatic woven art, remarkable
in color and form that is giving a flamboyant impression. She is a talented art weaver who originally
came from Mexico. She participated in
several art shows in Mexico, Canada, Poland, France and US.
Ewa's more tapestries
Iwonaa's Woven Art
Thoma's Art at Moon Rain
Bhat's cool site:
Please click to see our exhibit at the HeARTwood House Gallery Ottawa
Marie Constance's silks
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