She was born in 1994 in Warsaw, Poland. In 2018, she graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw (Faculty of Painting). She got MFA degree with honours for the final master’s project created in studios of Prof. Andrzej Rysiński (painting) and Prof. Krzysztof Jabłonowski (second specialisation – photography). In the academic year of 2016/2017, she was an exchange student at Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design in Jerusalem. Since 2016, she creates polychromes of entire sacral interiors in collaboration with Krzysztof Sokolovski. She works primarily in easel and monumental painting, photography, art objects. At the same time, she thinks that the crucial component of conscious work is thought. Therefore, she does not restrict herself only to artistic pursuits but she also writes essays organising her philosophical-artistic reflections.

Exhibitions and projects:

2020 – group exhibition “The Limits of the Icon”, Bohema Gallery, Warsaw, Poland
2020 – group exhibition “Psalmy” (“Psalms”), Warsaw Archdiocese Museum, Warsaw, Poland
2019 – group exhibition “Psalmy” (“Psalms”), The Galician Town, Nowy Sącz, Poland
2019 – group exhibition “Czas śmierci / czas życia” (“Time of Death / Time of Life”), Museum of Icons in Supraśl, Poland
2019 – group exhibition “Czas śmierci / czas życia” (“Time of Death / Time of Life”), Warsaw Archdiocese Museum, Warsaw, Poland
2019 – group exhibition “Wspólnoty wyobrażone” (“Imagined Communities”), Department of “Artes Liberales”, University of Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland
2018 – presentation of the final master’s project “Metaphysical Abstraction” on the exhibition “Dyplomy 2018 – Wydział Malarstwa ASP w Warszawie” (“Final Master’s Projects 2018 – Faculty of Painting, Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw”), DAP Gallery, Warsaw, Poland
2018 – group exhibition “Przebóstwione Ciało” (“Deification of Body”), University of Warsaw Gallery, Warsaw, Poland
2017 – solo exhibition “Złote Wrota” (“Golden Gate”), Fundacja Galeria Autonomia, Warsaw, Poland
2017 – solo exhibition “Photographing Jerusalem. Learning to See”, Photography Department Gallery, Mount Scopus, Jerusalem
2017 – group exhibition “Przebóstwione Ciało” (“Deification of Body”), Lviv National Museum, Lviv, Ukraine
2017 – group exhibition “Apokalipsa” (“The Apocalypse”), University of Warsaw Gallery, Warsaw, Poland
2017 – group exhibition “Sokolovski / Wąsowski / Jędrzejko / Mazuś”, Bohema Gallery, Warsaw, Poland
2017 – polychrome and arrangement of the Chapel of Peace in the Salesian Sisters convent in Jerusalem (collaboration with Krzysztof Sokolovski)
2016 – polychrome of the chapel in the Church of Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Pabarė, Lithuania (collaboration with Krzysztof Sokolovski)

Artists Statement:

My entire body of work is an expression of deep longing for profound, metaphysical beauty. To capture it in the matter, I seek forms that can be intuitively perceived and universal at the same time. I want to enable a vibrant encounter of art with a viewer, which would not be limited by anyone’s cultural background.

Feeding on the thought of insightful in their sensibility artists with the philosophical disposition (including Klein, Kandinsky and Nowosielski), I realised that today there is no better means for direct touching various aspects of human spirituality than abstraction. I believe that abstraction creates the possibility of exploring areas that cannot be cognised purely by reason, even in times of scientific cognition.

The general idea of ​​metaphysical abstraction allows of relevant to the contemporary times penetration of various spheres of immaterial reality. The main areas of metaphysical beauty, which I focus on in my work are: the relationship of sensuousness and eroticism with spirituality, the longing for the intangible and unknowable, silence and inner harmony.

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