Creations in Fibre
Pauline McLean Dutkowski
Fibre & Textiles
Since 1972, Pauline has been creating tapestries and fibrescapes that are now part of
Government, Corporate and Private collections throughout the Americas, Europe and Asia.
She has exhibited extensively on three continents participating in fiber, textile and fine art exhibitions.
Pauline also created one of a kind textured garments for a short period of time.
From 1972 until 1988, her surname was McLean. Since that time it has been Dutkowski.
"Small is Beautiful" CARROUSEL du LOUVRE, PARIS; ARTEXPO LAS VEGAS, Crisolart Galleries of Barcelona, Spain
Members exhibition (representing Canada) by the International Artistic Advisers to the Museum of the Americas (IAACMOA) Doral, Florida, U.S.A.;
Adventures in Fibre - OUTSIDE the BOX, White Rock, Canada; LUXEMBOURG INTERNATIONAL ART FAIR;
HANDS ACROSS THE PACIFIC, NATIONAL MUSEUM OF CHINA, BEIJING - Canadian International Cultural Exchange
WOMEN (WORLD) TEXTILE ART 10th Anniversary, Coral Gables, Florida; WTA BIENNIAL, Venezuela; WTA BIENNIAL, Miami, Florida
Ist International Minitextile Exhibition, MUSEO NACIONAL DE BELLAS ARTES, Santiago, Chile
"CITYSCAPE", CANADIAN EMBASSY, Tokyo, Japan; CANADA PAVILION, EXPO' 86, Vancouver, Canada
"Avenues in Fibre" LOUNT'S TAPESTRY GALLERY, Vancouver
1976 OLYMPIC EXHIBITION of the BRITISH COLUMBIA ART COLLECTION, MONTREAL, CANADA
30 SELECTED CONTEMPORARY INTERNATIONAL ARTISTS 2013 Published by the the Museum of the Americas Artists Library, Miami U.S.A.
100 CONTEMPORARY INTERNATIONAL ARTISTS Volume 2, 2011,
published by the European Communities Artists Library, Barcelona Spain & The Museum of the Americas, Florida U.S.A.
100 CONTEMPORARY INTERNATIONAL ARTISTS (2007) - LINEART, Gent, Belgium and
INTERNATIONAL ARTISTS YEARBOOK 2006 - FINE ART PAVILION, FRANKFURT INTERNATIONAL BOOK FAIR
and other publications.
Pauline was born in Great Britain but has lived most of her life in Canada. Her home and studio are
located in White Rock, British Columbia. Thirty-five minutes from Vancouver, home of the
2010 Winter Olympics and five minutes from the U.S./Canada border.
For over three decades she created woven tapestries using hand dyed and hand spun fiber.
She currently uses various methods of surface design on silk, wool, linen
and other natural fibres to express her vision.
Pauline's art is available for purchase through
Mind and Matter Art Gallery
E-mail Pauline at: firstname.lastname@example.org
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"In my work I attempt to capture, in a small way,
some of the beauty of God's creation.
I delight in the texture and colour to be found in different types of fibre.
I enjoy using various techniques to express my vision
of the world around us.
I am grateful for the unique gifts we all possess
and desire to use mine to honour my Maker."
"For God so loved the world that He gave His only begotten Son, that whoever
believes in Him should not perish but have everlasting life".