Award-winning fibre artist, Zetta Kanta, works from her home studio creating impressionist-style, modern wall-hangings and tapestries that resemble paintings, rather than a non-woven fabric. Her approach to this ancient material - wool - is refreshing and innovative. Rawness and honesty underline the beauty of this slow-to execute art form, and it can take up to three months to create one piece. Zetta mainly works with Interior designers and architects to bring this philosophy of calm into homes or workspaces. Her work is displayed in public spaces and has also wooed the hearts of many private collectors both in Australia and internationally.