1jo/r Warszawa, Jolanta Owidzka, wool, linen and metallic thread, 90" x 68",1967, SOLD
4jo/r Margaret VIII, Jolanta Owidzka, flax, sisal and wool, 57" x 39", 1977, $6,000
2jo/r River, Jolanta Owidzka, linen, sisal, wool, anilana, 61" x 80", 1978, $24,000
8joOut of Body Experience II, Jolanta Owidzka, high warp linen, sisal, wool, steel thread, 43" x 37.5"; 110 x 98cm, 1981, $7,000
5jo/r Stony Signs, Jolanta Owidzka, wool, sisal, copper, 35" x 90", 1978, $18,000
Education and experience:
Studied at the Fine Arts academies, Warsaw and Krakow, Interior Design department. Graduates from Eleonora Plutynska’s weaving studio. Works at the Institute of Industrial Design, Warsaw, Poland.
Musée Cantonal des Beaux-arts Lausanne, Switzerland (1962, 65, 71 International Biennials of Tapestry); Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York (Wall Hangings, curated by Mildred Constantine and Jack Lenor Larsen); Montreal Museum of Modern Art, Canada (International Contemporary Art); Lodz, Poland (1972, 75, 78, 81 International Triennial of Tapestry); Milan, Italy (XII Triennial of Textiles); Institute of International Visual Arts, Sao Paolo, Brazil (VIII Biennial); Denver Art Museum, Colorado (No Boundaries: Art + Fiber); Israel Museum of Art, Ein Harod; Wacoal Art Space, Tokyo, Japan (Textile in Small Sizes); Central Museum of Textiles, Lodz, Poland (one-person exhibition and 4th Polish National Exhibition of Miniature Textiles); Savaria Museum, Szombathely, Hungary (International Biennial of Miniature Textiles); Jacques Baruch Gallery, Chicago, Illinois (Compositions in Fibers, Focus on Fiber and Tapestries and Wallhangings from Poland); San Francisco Museum of Art, California; Minnesota Museum of Art, St. Paul, Akron Art Institute, Ohio and other locations (The Art Fabric: Mainstream, traveling exhibition); Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition (SITES): Charles and Emma Frye Art Museum, Seattle, Washington; Oakland Museum, California; Museum of Science and Industry, Chicago, Illinois; Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York; Anchorage Historical & Fine Arts Museum, Alaska; Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts, Alabama (22 Polish Textile Artists, traveling exhibition); Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois (Selected Textile Acquisitions); Portland Art Museum, Oregon.
Art Institute of Chicago, Illinois; Central Museum of Textiles, Lodz, Poland; National Museum,
Warsaw, Poland; National Museum, Poznan, Poland; National Museum, Wroclaw, Poland; Museum of Contemporary Art, Skopje, Poland; Hyatt Regency Hotel, Montreal, Canada; New Art Center, Ontario, Canada; ATT, Chicago, Illinois; LOT Polish Airlines (Germany, Sweden, the Netherlands, the US); Hurschler Collection, Pasadena; Sentry Insurance, Stevens Point, Wisconsin; Museum for the History of Textile Industry, Lodz, Poland; Contemporary Textile Art Collection of the Pierre Pauli Association, Lausanne, Switzerland.
Prize industrial Design Institute; Prize, 11th National Exhibition of Interior Architecture; Silver Medal, XII Triennial of Textiles, Milan, Italy; Silver Medal, Fine Arts Festival, Warsaw, Poland; Gold Medal, Fine Arts Festival, Polish Architects Association; Bronze medal, Fine Arts Festival, Moscow, USSR; Gold Medal of Distinction, Polish Artists Association.