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When tapestries come to life: 3D woven paintings by Martina Kölerin

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Contemporary art has many faces. To see this, just look at the volume tapestries of Martina Celerin (Martina Celerin). Canadian Polish origin was a research assistant in the past. The woman decided to devote herself to creativity at a mature age. Without an art education, she surpassed many. Her unusual works are recognizable around the world. Starting with a passion for painting, Martina quickly realized that she lacked scope. As a result, she invented her own technique, including weaving and felting.

Other elements other than threads are used in her work: everything from stones and beads to wood and metal.

Volumetric woven pictures of their realism. 3D landscapes, miniatures dedicated to the inhabitants of forests and rivers, garden themes, household trifles - all this is a subject of admiration.

Without exception, woven cloth somehow connected with nature. Revived corners of the garden, floral arrangements, carefully harvested crops from the beds - all this is the subject of admiring.

Cheerful, keen on the works of Martin Keller, constantly comes up with new scenes for her tapestry paintings, the creation of which gives the artist a lot of fun.

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