My wall hangings are very tactile, they invite you to touch and feel them. We are naturally drawn to the soft environments. In the preindustrial revolution times, all homes were handmade, gentle and soft. If we take a closer look to any culture, especially indigenous, and their habitats – be it Native Americans, Mongolians or any of the ‘Stan’, Nordic or Baltic nations, their walls were decorated with soft animal skins, felts or handmade drawings. Their daily home environment was gentle and soft and their whole life was closer to nature and more respectful to it. Wool as a material is fire resistant, eco renewable, biodegradable, non-toxic and a natural insulator. 


Seafarers residences with 1Hotels

Tapestry for Seafarers Residences in the project with 1Hotels and Riverlee Group

Whiapering Landscapes

Gippsland Art Gallery exhibition 'Whispering Landscapes'

Form • Fibre • Future

Every story has three parts; a beginning, middle and end. But not every story has three heroines.

This one does.

DoubleTree by Hilton Melbourne

DoubleTree by Hilton Melbourne is hosting an exhibition by Zetta Kanta


‘Dunes’ was a commission piece for a private residence in Philip Island. Wallhanging is 2.5 x 3m drop, handmade from local wool and other raw fibres.  The brief was to ad texture and softness to the stair area both aesthetically and accoustically. 

Moon Light

Solution for an awkward entrance. Wallhanging - 'Moonlight',  Australian merino wool, alpaca, silk, metallic thread.

'Heart Felt' by Zetta Kanta

Solo exhibition.

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