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New to Art House this summer is artist Mzeona Iagorashvili. Mzeona uses merino wool, alpaca wool, and silk to create her truly unique pieces. She says this about her work:
“It’s difficult to explain my process exactly in words. I layer pieces of wool on top of each other to ‘paint,’ creating a 3D effect that may resemble different painting techniques. The fiber is then all held in place and pressed down by glass. There is no glue used and the fibers aren’t felted together.
“In my art, I like creating animals, still life, plants and flowers. I like to express the beautiful things I see in my life and transform them in my art. My goal is to allow others that see my work to feel the emotions those things evoke in me as well.”
Mzeona is a member of the Columbia Art League and the National Artist’s Guild of the country of Georgia. She has received multiple ribbons for her work at the Art League and has been a member for around six years. Her work is currently on display at Art House.