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Ms Danuta Radulska was born in the north-eastern corner of Poland in the village of Chwaszczewo. At home, Danuta's mother dealt with multi-harness weaving, and little Danusia helped weave decorative fabrics.

She learned the techniques of double warp weaving from the well-known weaver, Teresa Pryzmont.

She started her creative activity in 1989. For six years she cooperated with CEPELIA in Białystok, and in 1997 she joined the Folk Artists' Association.

Ms Danuta's works are characterized by a high technical level, original colors and new, interesting compositional solutions. The products include carpets, runners, tapestries and pillows.

Mrs. Radulska participated in many competitions of folk art collecting numerous awards. Her works are found in many ethnographic museums, incl. in Białystok, Częstochowa and Węgorzewo.

For her achievements, she was awarded the Silver Cross of Merit.

In 2018, she received the prestigious OSKAR KOLBERG for services to folk culture.

In 2019, she received a scholarship from the Minister of Culture and National Heritage.

He is the president of the Białystok Branch of the Association of Folk Artists in Lublin. She conducts weaving workshops. Mrs. Danuta's studio is located on the Folk Handicraft Trail of the Podlaskie Voivodeship.

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