11gw Offering i, Gizella Warburton, mixed media installation, 18” x 12.5” x 63”, 2014, $4,500
4gw Corpus Vessel V, Gizella K Warburton, textile, mixed media, stitch, 4.375” x 12” x 12”, 2015, SOLD
8gw Corpus Vessel IV, Gizella K Warburton, textile, mixed media, stitch, 5” x 14” x 14”, 2015, $725
1gw Notes on Pale Board I-VI, Gizella K Warburton
textile, mixed media, stitch, weathered board, 19.5" x 81.5" x 2.25", 2013, $3,700 (SOLD)
Selected collection and exhibition venues:
Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge, UK (permanent collection); Craft Central, London, UK (solo exhibition); Le Beffroi, Montrouge, Paris (Miniartextil); Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, Fiberarts International; Wayne Art Center, Pennsylvania (Craftforms); Ateliers Des Arts, Paris, France (Maison & Objet, Craft Hall); Collégiale Saint-Pierre-La-Cour, Le Mans, France (Architextur’Elles); Textile Art Center, New York, New York (Contemporary Craft); National Centre for Craft and Design, Lincolnshire, UK; Northamptonshire Open Studios, Northampton, UK (solo exhibition); Salisbury Art Center, UK; Coventry War Memorial Park, Coventry, UK (Making Moves II, traveling exhibition); One Church Street Gallery, Great Missenden, UK (pinpoint i & ii); Stroud International Textiles, UK (SIT: Select, October) ; New Walk Museum and Art Gallery; Leicester, UK; Creative Design Centre, Hangzhou, China (China Craft Week); Shire Hall Gallery, Stafford, UK (Drawing with Thread); Harrogate International Center, UK (Knitting & Stitching Show, invitational). Invited Artist: Contemporary Craft Research Mission, New York, NY; Fibre Arts Australia. Education: BA Hons (First Class), Printed, Woven & Constructed Textiles, Manchester School of Art; Postgraduate Certificate in Arts Practice, University of Derby.
9gw Creel iv, textile, mixed media, stitch, burnt wood, 7” x 12” x 9.5”, 2016, $660
My relationship with making is visceral…I feel where the work emanates from, and in leading, as much as I “see” it. The materiality of cloth, paper, thread, wood and paint connects me to an innate human urge to make marks… to decipher the meaning of our physical and emotional landscapes, and the transient nature of the warp and weft of our lives. The slow tactile intimacy of stitching is a mantra.