‘I like experimenting with colors and shapes, each time I came across a different paper, the different challenge appears. Mostly I just follow my intuition as the piece grow under my hands,’ says Miriam.
Miriam Fitzgerald Juskova is a self-taught visual paper artist living in Ireland since 2004. She became interested in paper art in 2015 and in last few years developed her unique style. She creates 3dimensional wall art pieces which are inspired by the beauty of geometry and the geometry of nature around us. As technical background, she often applies certain patterns and symmetry or rotation into her designs. Using simple techniques by folding, bending paper strips and simply sticking together, she creates very fine detail work with very dynamic and innovative appearance. All paper strips are hand cut as needed, it’s like mixing your own colors Miriam would say.
As well as being a member of Meath Arts Group, Miriam is also a member of Inside[CRAFT] group.
Solo exhibition – Ardee Library (July 2018)
Carrickmacross Arts Festival (August 2018)
Art Source @ RDS Dublin (November 2018)
Solo debut exhibition – Navan Library, Meath (March 2017)
Group Exhibition with Meath Arts Group – Bru na Boinne, Newgrange (April 2107)
Collaboration with Dross Evolution Project – exhibition in Newbridge (May 2017)
Group Exhibition with Meath Arts Group – Office of Public Work, Trim (June 2017)
Joined Dross Evolution Gallery – Naas (since August 2017 – present)