Lot #30 VASYL ANDRIYSHKO “Cruciform”
cotton, wool, acrylic, hand weaving;
About technique of artwork: For the last 5 years the artist has been working on a machine which can perform complex weaves. For example, if in folk handicraft weaving used 8, maximum – 12 straps, then I can use up to 30 straps on my machine.
“The pics of machine is attched – I hope the pictures give an idea of its very structure. By the way, I did all the work himself, including the designing and projection. I do not know how about other countries, but in Ukraine there is no such thing. However, straps with scissors to which metal weights are suspended are common in the Scandinavian countries. But combining handicraft weaving with jacquard in one machine is my “know-how”. Craft weaving is a time-consuming and time-consuming occupation and few people want to do it.” VASYL ANDRIYSHKO
He was born on June 25. 1942, p. in village Rungury, Kolomyia district, Ivano-Frankivsk region.
He graduated from the Lviv State Institute of Applied and Decorative Arts, 1969, Department of Art Textiles.
Member of the National Union of Artists of Ukraine since 1985.
Doctor of Ph in Art History (2009).
Associate Professor of the Department of Art Textiles and Costume Modeling of the Kyiv State Academy of Decorative and Applied Arts and Design named after Mykhailo Boychuk.
He works in the field of monumental-decorative, decorative-applied art, painting, graphics. The works decorate the interiors of public and state institutions of Ukraine.
Participant of more than 60 national and international exhibitions. Author of 5 personal exhibitions.
Author of more than 70 works of monumental, decorative and applied art, painting and graphics.
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