I found this on Cynthia Korzekwa's blog; http://artforhousewives.wordpress.com/
'Artist Geta Brătescu is considered one of the most important figures in the Romanian avant-garde of the 1960s and 1970s. She studied art and literature but was forced to quit her studies. Born in 1926, she made art for years before the international art world even knew of her existence.
In 1989, when the communist regime ended in Romania, Geta’s work began being exhibited beyond her geograhical boundaries.
Geta, initially, focused on drawing but eventually experimented with many art forms. Those which intrigue me the most are from the ‘Vestigii’ (Vestiges) series. She’s taken old clothes and fabric scraps to make collages. Geta also makes sewing machine drawings.'
These are so beautiful! Thank you Cynthia for showing me these artworks, and allowing me to meet Geta!