Piotr Pandyra is a visual artist from Kasinka Mała, Poland who often uses fabrics and machine stitching to create his art. In that way, his art is a unique combination of traditional, non-traditional, experimental and personal. For our project, Piotr sent a card dedicated to the novel “The Waves” by Virginia Woolf.
Piotr Pandyra is Polish artist, fashion designer and art educator. He likes to pair art and fashion, but also to experiment with different materials. He often replaces traditional drawing materials such as pen and paper with more adventurous – textile, fibreglass, handmade paper, needle, sewing machine – to create his drawings. Piotr contributed his art to […]
Piotr Pandyra is a textile and fashion designer from Warsaw, Poland. He is interested in combining textile and art, so he replaced classic drawing tools with a needle and sewing machine. His collections, drawings and objects were presented at shows and exhibitions in Poland and abroad, including in Krakow, Poznan, Lodz, Warsaw, China, USA, Serbia, Portugal and […]
Piotr Pandyra is an artist and designer from Poland. He sent us a brilliant mail art titled ‘Dear William’, cotton thread stitching on the mesh that forms a postcard. A postcard to William. Piotr responded to the theme of this year’s exhibition with a wit and contemporary approach.
Argentina Raquel Gociol, Walter Brovia, Graciela Bello, Viviana Andrada, Maria E. Quiroga, Australia Robyn Banks, Jade Herriman, Sharon Attenborough Austria Klaus Pinter, Piroska Horváth, Monika Mori, Alexander Charistos, Belgium Mzia Valerian, The Wasted Angel, Jan Theuninck, Marie-Christine De Grave, Miche-Art-Universalis Brazil Maria Darmeli Araujo, Jane Beatriz Sperandio Balconi, Luiza G P Gutierrez, Erminia Marasca Soccol, Sirlei Caetano, Jeanete Ecker Köhler, Neiva Mattioli Leite, Carmen Remedios, Maria Julieta R. […]
On Tuesday, 2nd August 2017, the exhibition was set up and opened for public in the public library gallery in Droitwich Spa. I was overwhelmed with a number and a quality of artworks as they were arriving, but once when everything was set up on the gallery walls – it all came together as a […]
The second Droitwich Mail Art exhibition is opened! The theme was to celebrate 400 years of Shakespeare’s death, but also his plays, characters, life in Tudor times, theatre, tragedy and comedy.