Creations in Fibre

Art in Fibre and Textiles 

Welcome to Creations in Fibre by 

Pauline McLean Dutkowski

Contemporary Art in Fibre & Textiles

Pauline has created her art in the medium of fibre and textiles since 1972. Her tapestries and fibrescapes are part of Government, Corporate and Private collections throughout the Americas, Europe and Asia.

She has exhibited extensively around the world and her work appears in many International publications.

Her creations range from large hand woven tapestries to three dimensional miniature fibre sculptures.  Pauline is an ARTtour International Magazine Top 60 Master of Contemporary Art 2017 & 2018, with exhibitions in Florence, Italy and New York.

She is an ATIM Artist of the Decade 2020

Some of the exhibition highlights of her career are the Carrousel du Louvre, Paris, France; National Museum of China, Beijing; Canadian Embassy, Tokyo, Japan; Museo Nacionale de Bellas Artes, Santiago, Chile and the Canada Pavilion, Expo '86, Vancouver.  She also created a commission for the Captain's suite of a Canadian naval vessel that was the command ship of the NATO fleet at the time.

Pauline founded and coordinated Arts Festivals such as "Outside the Box" from 2011 to 2015 in White Rock, B.C., Canada and "Celebration of Ability - Not Disability" in 1989, Richmond, B.C.  She represented Canada at the First International (Saori) Handweaving Meeting for the people with Disabilities in Kobe, Japan sponsored by Very Special Arts, Japan

Pauline has been in many exhibitions with the Museum of the Americas of Miami, Florida. Her art has been presented in Art Dubai 2021 as well as throughout Europe and the Americas. She is an artist certified by the Museum of the Americas. Her work appears in the publications of several World Textile Art Biennials.

In 2022, her work has been published in Important World Artists Book 5 by World Wide Art Books.

She was born in the United Kingdom but has lived most of her life in Canada.  Her home and studio are located in the Fraser Valley of British Columbia.  For over three decades she created woven tapestries using hand dyed and spun wool.  

She currently used various methods of surface design on silk, wool, linen and other natural fibres to express her vision.

“In my work I attempt to capture, in a small way, some of the incredible beauty and diversity of God's Creation. 

I delight in the shapes, textures and colours around me in this amazing world, particularly under the sea. 

I enjoy using various techniques to express my vision of these images. I am grateful for the unique gifts 

that we all possess from our Maker and desire to use mine to honour JESUS.”

Soli Deo Gloria

For information regarding purchase or display of her art, Please E-mail Pauline at: [email protected]

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Earth-Themed Artworks