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The 8th International

Mini Textile Art Exhibition

“Scythia”

June, 19- July 2, 2017, Kherson, Ukraine

July 17-30, 2017, Ivano-Frankivs'k, Ukraine

Art works of 132 artists from 33 countries were selected for the 8th international mini textile exhibition: Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Bulgaria, Canada, Chile, China, Croatia, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Great Britain, Hungary, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Japan, Lithuania, Mexico, Netherlands, Norway, Peru, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, Ukraine, USA.
Sedef Acar Turkey Tuba Ak Turkey Elif Aksoy Turkey Violetta Amendola Switzerland Yosi Anaya Mexico Michelle Andrews Australia S.Tuğba Arabalı Koşar Turkey Halime Arslan Turkey Günay Atalayer Turkey Fatma Ayhan Turkey Aud Baekkelund Norway Vildan Bağci Turkey Ksenia Baluk Ukraine Alison Baxter Great Britain Silvia Beccaria Italy Britta Berg Sweden Hande Bilvar Turkey Louise Boughton Ireland Lysiane Bourdon Belgium Zuzana Branisova Slovakia Danguole Brogiene Lithuania Hazel Bruce Ireland Jane Brüggemann Brazil Jane Brunning Great Britain Stephanie C. Olivar France Neşe Yaşar Çeğindir Turkey Christine Chester Great Britain Cigdem Asuman Cini Turkey Heather Collins Great Britain Tiziana Contu Italy Nathalie Cortada Great Britain Esen Coruh Turkey Margery Creek USA/Australia Betty Cuykx Belgium Jeannine De Raeymaecker Belgium Helene De Ridder Belgium Nigar Demirtay Turkey Willy Doreleijers The Netherlands Chiaki Dosho Japan Ozge Erbilen Yalçin Turkey Gülcan Batur Ercivan Turkey Asuncion Espada Spain Carla Fisher USA Jane Freear-Wyld Great Britain Sefi Gal Israel Xia Gao China/USA Stela Gecheva Bulgaria Anna Granberg Sweden Zeynep Güngor Turkey Caitria Gunter USA Semra Gür Üstüner Turkey Havva Halaçeli Metlioğlu Turkey Birgitta Hallberg Denmark Meta Heemskerk The Netherlands Chloe Hemming Great Britain Sue Hotchkis Great Britain Chikako Imaizumi Japan Agnieszka Jakubczyk Ireland Shelagh Jessop USA Aura Kajaniemi Finland Berna Karaçali Turkey Tatiana Karamalakova Bulgaria Linda van Kerkhof The Netherlands Magdalena Kleszynska Poland Eszter Kneisz Hungary Nataša Knežević Croatia Fatma Koç Turkey Seda Koca Turkey Maire Koivisto Finland Kitty Korver The Netherlands Selda Kozbekçi Turkey Chiyoko Kumon Japan Hikmet Ezgi Kurt Turkey Elif Kurtuldu Turkey Kübra Kuru Turkey Julie Benedicte Lambert Canada Lily Martina Lee USA Cinzia Li Volsi Italy Denise Lithgow Australia Lindsey Marshall Great Britain Yoko Matsumoto Japan Kim Matthews USA Derya Meriç Turkey Veronika Mon Ukraine Abril Montealegre Chile Ruta Naujalyte Lithuania/Norway Maryna Naumchuk Ukraine Merve Ödünç Turkey Didem Öz Turkey Basak Ozdemir Uysal Turkey Ioana-Andra Panduru Romania Mirjam Pet-Jacobs The Netherlands Reyhan Polat Turkey Katarina Qvarnström Lowgren Sweden Jennifer Robertson Australia Renee Rudebrant Sweden Laura Sanchez Filomeno Peru Christine Sawyer Great Britain Loriana Scarnicchia Great Britain Marie E.U. Schirrmacher-Meitz Germany Andrew Schneider Ukraine Esfir Serpionova Ukraine Jessica Sheil Ireland Mary Ruth Smith USA Meliha Sözeri Turkey Sophie Spandonis Argentina Antje Spychay Germany Sabina Stan Romania Gerda Standaert Belgium Elisabeth Straubhaar France Tina Struthers Canada May-Lucy Süess Switzerland Junko Suzuki Japan Minnamarina Tammi Finland Dorota Taranek Poland Aliza Thomas The Netherlands Manuela Toderas Romania Vildan Toc Dereci Turkey Susan Tuckett Great Britain Cemile Tuna Turkey Ozcan Uzkur Turkey Dijana Vojak Pokic Croatia Makiko Wakisaka Japan Dominika Walczak Poland Neslihan Yaşar Turkey Merve Yetiş Turkey Leyla Yildirim Turkey Raquel Yuhaniak Chile Mirta Zak Argentina Verena Zech Argentina
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