I work with geometric shapes - rhombuses, squares, triangles and rectangles. Small pieces of fabric, needled with pins or sewn on machine.
My technique is weaving. My tapestries are line-drawings like graphic. I like to draw, black lines on white, white lines on black and tones between those. My textiles are my way of thinking.
I am transforming old Danish needlework tradition to modern art. I am dying silk yarn, designing and hand weaving art works. Every single textile is “built up” to an art work with its own
I see my work as a form of tales. Throe my work I examine the possibility and construction of the textiles complexity. I am occupied to investigate the woven expression through its construction.
My work questions how we experience and perceive our physical surroundings. By using chaos and rhythm, pattern and fracture, I transform fabric to become a metaphor of living today—where one
In my work I look for secret information that is not visual to the eye. Textile is one of my many medias.
I like to work with colors and are interested in how they influence each other, the viewer and the ability the colors have to convey ideas.
Catch a glimpse of a sudden gesture and follow the paths further in, until you walk in someone´s footprints. See a wild animal nearby or listen to dripping water. Try to tell a story from a
I think that art is the necessity to find the way to a world which you can disclose only by your own sensitivity.
I want to tell about the fragility of life. With our facial expressions we show the vulnerabilities that exist within all of us. I want my art to help the viewer take a moment and make contact
Márta Balogh är en konsthantverkare och konstnär bosatt i Mölndal, medlem i Konsthanverkscentrum i Göteborg. Hon har en bakgrund med konstutbildning från Rumänien. Hon har arbetat som
Australian by birth and Swedish by choice I work with thread, stitching and pattern to explore the idea of Identity, whether person, place or culture.
I find my inspiration from the Nordic nature and its timelessness. From a small watercolour sketch there will be a large tapestry. To work with yarns and colours is a part of my life.
Making basket objects is my favorite art medium. The basket form is universal, and it gives me freedom to investigate form, structure, texture …. and the magic of nature.
The textile works touch upon issues surrounding colour, shape and three-dimensionality. Colour is added with a technique where colour pigments are floating in the water during dyeing.