1-2 of 2 results  for:

  • Textiles and Embroidery x
  • Public Art, Land Art, and Environmental Art x
Clear all

Article

Canadian, 20th–21st century, female.

Born 1937, in Marquette (Manitoba).

Sculptor, mixed-media artist. Fabric art, environmental art.

Aganetha Dyck is best known for her sculptural work that involves a long-term collaboration with bees. Dyck places ready-made items in beehives, often repeatedly, and the bees build honeycombs onto the surfaces of these objects. An early example is her series ...

Article

Romanian, 20th century, female.

Born 1940, in Cluj.

Textile sculptor, installation artist, environmental artist. Designs for tapestries.

Conceptual Art.

Ana Lupas trained at the Ioan Andreesco Fine Arts Institute in Cluj, where she later taught. She has produced monumental tapestries for the students' hall in Cluj and for the History Museum in Iasi. She lives in Cluj. Her technique could be called 'free tapestry' and lends itself to environment-like installations. Ana Lupas has been involved in symposia and conferences on tapestry and has participated in several collective exhibitions in Romania including the 7th International Aesthetics Congress in Bucharest (...