Ivett Axamitová

Axamitova Ivett represents one of the most significant ceramic artists at Slovakia. She comes from Ivanka pri Dunaji near Bratislava. She studied at the School of Ceramics in Modra, where she gained knowledge of the craft. After graduating she continued her studies at The School of Applied Arts in Bratislava in the field of ceramics and privately graduated with artist Ivan Vychlopen. She started to produce art professionally since 1990, when she created the first comprehensive work and began to exhibit at Slovakia and abroad.

Her determination and hard work is demonstrated by more than 50 solo exhibitions, which has been widely welcomed. Her works are represented in private collections all around the world. Her work is also in the collections of the Vatican – the work “The Last Supper” was a gift for Pope John Paul II. Furthermore you can find her work in galleries and private collections in France, Italy, Croatia, Austria, Poland, Denmark, Canada, Florida, Australia, Switzerland, Israel, Germany, Czech Republic …

In 2013 she was awarded title “The Slovak Woman of the Year” in the category of art.

She is an outstanding representative of Sacred Arts. She created monumental works for the Church of St. Gorazd in Vrbove. Reliefs adorn churches in Nimnica and Topoľčany. She artistically decorated chapel of a retirement home in Jabloňové.

Her work is associated with a metaphysical theme of truth, goodness and beauty.

1990
  • Munich (Germany) – International Art Exhibition
  • Bratislava – House of Culture – Dúbravka – “CERAMICS”
1991
  • Ostrava (Czech Republic) – House of Culture – Exhibition Hall
  • Bratislava – Private gallery – ul. Kapitulská
1992
  • BBratislava – House of Culture – Zrkadlový háj
  • Rajec – MKS – exhibition hall – “CERAMICS”
1993
  • The Hague (Netherlands) – Private gallery
  • Ivanka pri Dunaji – Matičný Dom  „TVORBA AKO OČISTA“
  • Senec – MKS – exhibition hall – “CERAMICS”
1994
  • Bratislava – DK – Old Town
  • Modra – A small private gallery KORUNA
  • Ivanka pri Dunaji  – Matičný dom
1995
  • Bratislava – ANDY-DRINK-GALERY
  • Nitra – DK  Orbis
1996
  • Nitra – Ponitrianska galeria
  • Bratislava – Theatre Nová scéna
  • Bratislava –  Gallery Michalský Dvor – „Spoveď duše“
  • Bratislava – House of Foreign Slovaks
  • Ivanka pri Dunaji – Matičný dom
1997
  • Topoľčany – Gallery Square  – „MILUJ SVOJ ŽIVOT“
  • Snina – Galéria MIRÓ – „KERAMIKA“
  • Považská Bystrica – PX-centrum – exhibition hall
1998
  • tarý Smokovec – Gallery
  • Nitra – Ponitrianska Gallery
  • Piešťany – Gallery „Stará lekáreň“
  • Topoľčany – Gallery Square –  „KEĎ DUŠE SPLYNÚ“
  • Lefantovce – Manor-House
  • Bratislava – Hotel Danube
1999
  • Pezinok – Malokarpatské múzeum
  • Radom (Poľsko) – Inštitút slovenskej kultúry
  • Waršawa (Poľsko) – Slovenský inštitút „KREHKOSŤ BYTIA“
  • Ivanka pri Dunaji – Matičný dom
2000
  • Topoľčany – Gallery Square
  • Mojmírovce – Manor-House
2001
  • Nitra – Ponitrianska Gallery
  • Modra – Gallery Arias-Vanda –  „VÔŇA HLINY“
2002
  • Topoľčany – Gallery Square – „ZROD SVETLA“
  • Piešťany – Gallery „Stará lekáreň“
2003
  • Ivanka pri Dunaji – Matičný dom  – „POD POVRCHOM SNA“
2004
  • Topoľčany – Gallery Square – „KTO CHYTÁ SNY“
  • Rome (Italy) – International Exhibition of cribs
2005
  • Ivanka pri Dunaji – Matičný dom – „DOTYK ANJELA“
2006
  • Topoľčany – Gallery square –  „AKO CHUTÍ V NEBI“
  • Porto Sant’Elpidio (Italy) – International festival of fine art
2007
  • The Hague (Netherlands) – Modern Art from Slovakia
  • Ivanka pri Dunaji – Matičný dom –  „LIFE“
2009
  • Ivanka pri Dunaji – „Čas a tvary súvislosti“
2010
  • Bratislava – Divadlo MS STÚ
  • Nitra – Synagogue
2011
  • Bratislava – Presidential Palace – Exhibition of cribs
2012
  • Bratislava – Presidential Palace – „DUŠA V HLINE“
  • Rome (Italy) – Slovak embassy
  • Forli (Italy) –  „L‘ANIMA DELLA TERRACOTTA“
Monument art:
  • Church of saint Gorazd in Vrbové (Slovakia)
  • Church in Nimnica (Slovakia)
  • Chapel of retirement home in Jabloňové (Slovakia)
  • Church of saint Ladislav a Gorazd – Topoľčany (Slovakia)
Collection of  World:
  • Vatican City – Pope John Paul II. – “The Last Supper”
  • France, Italy, Denmark, Germany, Poland, Austria, Canada, USA, Switzerland, Israel, Czech Republic

Ivett Axamitová

Axamitova Ivett represents one of the most significant ceramic artists at Slovakia. She comes from Ivanka pri Dunaji near Bratislava. She studied at the School of Ceramics in Modra, where she gained knowledge of the craft. After graduating she continued her studies at The School of Applied Arts in Bratislava in the field of ceramics and privately graduated with artist Ivan Vychlopen. She started to produce art professionally since 1990, when she created the first comprehensive work and began to exhibit at Slovakia and abroad.

Her determination and hard work is demonstrated by more than 50 solo exhibitions, which has been widely welcomed. Her works are represented in private collections all around the world. Her work is also in the collections of the Vatican – the work “The Last Supper” was a gift for Pope John Paul II. Furthermore you can find her work in galleries and private collections in France, Italy, Croatia, Austria, Poland, Denmark, Canada, Florida, Australia, Switzerland, Israel, Germany, Czech Republic …

In 2013 she was awarded title “The Slovak Woman of the Year” in the category of art.

She is an outstanding representative of Sacred Arts. She created monumental works for the Church of St. Gorazd in Vrbove. Reliefs adorn churches in Nimnica and Topoľčany. She artistically decorated chapel of a retirement home in Jabloňové.

Her work is associated with a metaphysical theme of truth, goodness and beauty.