Zetta was born in Latvia, now lives in Melbourne with her husband Simon and cat Peppi.
Throughout her travels around the world for six years she gathered inspirations that influences her artwork now.
As a fibre artist she works with Naturally coloured fibres.
'Earthy tones and textures of natural fibres have always fascinated me. They are so beautiful in their original state, so it gives me a confidence that end result will be equally appealing to the human eye and be pleasure to touch.
My wall hangings and other pieces 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.'
Zetta has exhibited and held workshops in Noosa, Sunshine Coast; St Kilda, Melbourne; Sydney and many of her works are in private collections."