Ruta Vronevskyte – Introduction

 

 

My name is Ruta Vronevskyte. Good luck pronouncing that! I am originally Lithuanian, but live in Scotland over seven years now, therefore I call it my home.
I am new to ECA, starting second year in Textiles, after graduating from Edinburgh College, where I found my love for the subject. I am a natural born traveler and a person always thirsty for new adventures. In the same way I have been discovering different mediums of art and design all my life. Therefore I can not claim I was leaning towards textiles since the young age. It was a long journey. But here I am, ready to unveil my full potential!

My inspiration always was and will be Iris Van Herpen. I love her organic ideas merged with hi-tech. I am inspired to reach the limits of my creativity and use of material. The more techniques and mix media the better. I want to invent something totally new.

Working from home workwear confession. Yoga leggings and old hoodies are like second skin. But at least for the begging I try to wear more colour and brush my hair before the virtual meetings with my class. That’s a good start!

My tactile fear sensation

Felt… I just can’t.

My desk. I recently moved to a new house and trying to set my workspace as cosy as I can, surrounded by my jungle of plants. I have a huge white wall in front of me, ready to be filled with inspiration, sketches etc. I love research and it is essential for me to surround my self with inspiration.

Can not wait to be starting!

1 reply to “Ruta Vronevskyte – Introduction”

  1. lrichar3 says:

    Lovely post Ruta, and very well composed. Your desk space looks so inviting, and so good to me near a window to look out at nature. Consider adding a link to Iris Van herpen….. and yes she is truly inspiration and ground breaking in her approach to working in 3D textiles so beautifully considered for the moving human body. Looking forward to seeing your personal blog unfold now too.

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