Eszter Bornemisza is a fibre artist living in Budapest, Hungary working with recycled paper, textiles and other found soft materials. The basic process of her creation is machine stitching, with additional elements of printing dyeing and painting. After having made art quilts for more than ten years, her interest has turned to creating transparent wall-hangings, objects and installations using ripped, overprinted newspaper.
Her work has been widely exhibited in solo and juried shows and won several prizes. She is a member and exhibits with the 62Group and Quilt Art Group and is a renowned teacher as well.
The workshop will offer different techniques to transfer map motives onto textile and paper and to create open, diaphanous works using water solvable film. Participants will create samples of each technique using their own maps or the provided ones. Some of the samples will be assembled to create layered collages to express associations and feelings about the living environment. Using map as a metaphor will be widely discussed during the process.
Offer different techniques to transfer map motives onto textile and paper
To create open, diaphanous works using water solvable film
Using map as a metaphor will be widely discussed during the process.