Artist Demonstration: Maia Horvath, mixed medium collage
Meet artist Maia Horvath, and watch as she creates one of her enchanting collages. Her work will be on display in the Arts and Literature Division until the end of March.
"I have always created in some form or fashion. It has always been my safe haven and private place where I can fall into another realm which allows me to gain a perspective on life’s good and life’s hard situations. Many ideas and creative concepts come to me while I try to sleep, or in my dreams. How blessed am I, that I can get up in the morning and create my dreams?!
Women tend to be the subjects in my artwork. [My work has] a gentleness and an air of whimsy that I hope touches people in some positive way. Part of my aesthetic is to upcycle/repurpose - canvases, frames, bottles and vases, jewelry, vintage lace, and trim etc. I love so many mediums that it’s difficult to just pick one, so I use many: paint, paper, found objects, and my favorite, Polymer Clay. My works include mixed medium collages, Wall Dolls, Polymer Clay Ladies, and Jewelry."
- Saturday, February 1, 2020
- 12:00pm - 1:30pm
- Central - Harold Hacker Hall
- Central Library