Anna Kubinyi did not actually plan to go into textile art, but due to a mistake made by her art college in Budapest, she wound up in textiles instead of her intended ceramics. This turned out to be a fortunate turn of events, as she much enjoyed the Gobelin technique of tapestry making and soon developed her own style of textile-relief art.
Here is an assortment of photos from Anna’s textile art studio, in which she must have a lot of space and high ceilings to accommodate her huge hand looms:
Being Hungarian, Anna’s studio is called her MŰTEREM, translated by Google as STUDIO. Click the link to visit the page on her site that features many more photos like those shown above.
You can also visit Anna’s MŰVEK, her WORKS, in three time periods ranging from 1977 to 2014. The link goes to the first of these pages — my personal favorite! 🙂
If you are curious about Anna Kubinyi’s life, you can read her ÖNÉLETRAJZ, her AUTOBIOGRAPHY. Scroll down for the English version.
How about that? You didn’t know you’d learn a little of the Hungarian language today, did you? 😀