Pauline Dutkowski

Pauline Dutkowski

Location: Canada


Creations in Fibre by Pauline McLean Dutkowski

Pauline Dutkowski has created her art in the medium of fibre and textiles since 1972. Her works range from large woven tapestries to small vignettes using natural fibres wherever possible. She is one of ArtTour International Magazine's Top 60 Masters of Contemporary Art in 2017 and awarded by ATIM as a Top 60 Master in 2018. She is also an ATIM Artist of the Decade 2020. Her work is part of many public, corporate and private collections around the world.

Some of the exhibition highlights of her career are the Dubai International Art Fair 2021; the Carrousel du Louvre, Paris; National Museum of China, Beijing; The Canadian Embassy, Tokyo; Museo Nacionale de Bellas Artes, Santiago, Chile and the Canada Pavilion, Expo '86, Vancouver.

Pauline's art is inspired by the incredible beauty and wonders of His Creation.

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Geode Plus “Geode Plus”

Slice open a rock to reveal secrets within. Materials: silk, wool, cotton & glass beads. Dimensions: 24x24x1 inches

Continuum “Continuum”

Continuum is a three dimensional piece with woven and stuffed tubes of wool on a cotton base. It was originally created in 1985 but was refreshed and renewed in 2017. Presented in the ATIM book Top 60 Masters of Contemporary Art in 2017. Dimensions: 30x42x4 inches.

Lost in the Crowd “Lost in the Crowd”

This "fibrescape" represents some of the sea life on the North West Pacific Coast. The base is linen with wool and cotton "critters" - and coin. Dimensions 20x30x.5 inches.

Lichen, Rocks & Reeds “Lichen, Rocks & Reeds”

Inspired by the rain forests of the B.C. coast. Wool & cotton on a faux suede base. 24x24x.5 inches.

Early One Morning “Early One Morning”

This piece represents a view of islands off our Pacific Northwest coast. It is created using silk and wool with various threads. Dimensions are 30x42 inches.

Flotsam & Jetsam “Flotsam & Jetsam”

One day, when walking on the pier in White Rock, B.C., there was an unusual sight. Many stranded large pink starfish but, also, some debris on the beach. Materials used are wool, silk and faux suede. Dimensions: 36 inches in diameter by one inch depth.

Flame “Flame”

FLAME has appeared in many publications internationally. It has also been presented in several exhibitions. Materials: Wool with metallic threads on a background of faux suede. 24x24x1 inches.

Impossible? “Impossible?”

How can it be? Such a large "flower" on such a flimsy stem, all of it in a tiny pot! Materials: Wool with glass beads on a faux suede background. Dimensions: 11x14x1 inches.