Elizabeta Chojak Mysko and Maryla Podarewska Jakubowski
20 December 2013 – 11 January 2014
Elizabeta Chojak Mysko and Maryla Podarewska Jakubowski are Polish-born artists living and working in Ealing Common.
This exhibition brings together a body of work concerned with movement, including paintings, digital prints and sculptures. The artists have observed how colour changes in differing lights, the variety of shapes and forms found in nature, and how people themselves are constantly changing and moving. This movement can create feelings of serenity, sadness, solitude or pleasure.
Elizabeta Chojak Mysko is a painter, sculptor and set designer. Her paintings combine rich colour with intense light and she often creates works which merge both painting and sculpture to create one interwoven composition. Elizabeta has exhibited extensively in Poland, England, Germany and Italy.
Maryla Podarewska Jakubowski is a trained architect, working also as a painter, digital artist and photographer. In her work she incorporates shapes, lines and colours which are in constant visual movement, and often creates pieces which encourage the viewer to see familiar objects differently. Maryla has exhibited her work throughout Great Britain, Poland and France.
Both Elizabeta and Maryla are members of the Association of Polish Artists of Great Britain.
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