Tag: Poland


Marta Orlowska

A DIFFERENT WORLD FROM EVERYDAY REALITY Marta Orlowska is a Polish artist that has had a keen interest in art for many years using different mediums such as pencil, charcoal, acrylics, oil, mosaics and more to express her unique artistic vision. Using the camera and Photoshop as the next tools, she exploits them to evoke […]

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Michal Mozolewski

DISTORTED PHOTOGRAPHS Combining photography and painting, Polish-based artist Michał Mozolewski creates intriguing portraits of mysterious-looking subjects. The effect that the artist’s technique has on the mood of the work is dramatic. Diffused and distorted photographs combined with Mozolewski’s erratic marks make for a haunting and grotesque portraits that are dreamlike at the same time. There’s […]

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Agnieszka Nienartowicz

THE SELF-MYSTERY OF THE HUMAN Agnieszka Nienartowicz’s main interest is the human and that what is around them. Attempting to penetrate their world, she tries to catch the intimacy and self-mystery in simple situations, gestures and glances. Intrigued by the moment of boundary between the original and the reproduction, in realism she finds the way […]

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Pawel Pacholec

EMPHASIS AND AESTHETICS Pawel Pacholec: “I work with collage technique putting much emphasis on composition and esthetic outcome where each element is placed carefully into position. I have been exhibited in many countries and been published in different magazines. I have studied arts in the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdansk (Poland). My influences are […]

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Ania Tomicka

AN AWAKENING IN THE LAST LIGHT Ania Tomicka was born in Łódz, Poland. When she was only 9 she moved to Italy, where she started to draw seriously: manga at first and realistic things afterward. She attended an art institute and during the school years, she starts to paint with oil colors, a technique that […]

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Dawid Planeta

FEAR: THE WORST OR THE BEST ALLY Fear can be the best friend or the worst ally of a person. The Polish artist and graphic designer, Dawid Planeta, has transformed his fear, or rather his depression, in illustrated animals with eyes full of lights, apparently frightening, huge animals, whose eyes hides something more than a […]

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