Acrylic on canvas
Dimensions: 120cm (H) x 100cm (W) x 2cm (D) / 47.2" (H) x 39.4" (W) x 0.8" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
This painting is part of my 'SURFACES' series, inspired by memories hidden under the layers of successive experiences and emotions. Some of them are easy to recall and come to the surface in clear colors, others disappear in grays, whites, and blacks.
The painting was presented during my solo exhibition in TYMCZASOWA Gallery, Warsaw in 2018.
COLORS: Shades of whites, hint of grays & blacks, with addition of mica and metallic colors (silver, gold, steel).
TECHNIQUE: The series is painted on the cotton+linen canvas; colors are mixed with glossy and matte mediums, metallic paints, sand, and mica. The appearance changes with movement and light. Please note: this series is created with unique technique including scratching off layers of paint - the canvas might have small, few-millimeter holes, invisible from the front, covered with heavy texture and paint.
The painting is signed on the back, varnished, has painted edges, no frame required. Ready to hang!
Painted by Sylwia Zolkiewska (certificate of authenticity attached).
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Sylwia Żółkiewska is a Polish visual artist, working across various media such as painting, monotype, digital & motion graphics. During her career, she took part in many national and international exhibitions (Slovakia, Switzerland, Spain), and also received an honorary mention and prize during the 2nd Triennale of Polish Contemporary Painting 'Autumn Confrontations' in 2010. Her artworks can be found in private collections in Poland, Norway, and United States.
She draw main inspiration from the digital world, its variability, speed, and design. She explore themes like the passage of time, memories, and self-presence in a virtual context. Her inspirations also lie in haptic, sensual, and not so obvious formations like deteriorated surfaces, temporary city constructions, posters, graffiti, or murals.
In 2007 she received an MFA from the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow (Poland), and for a while studied Media Arts in Finland. Since then she has been developing artistically, experimenting with different media, and also working on multiple innovative nationwide and international cultural and art&tech projects. In 2019 she started working on her interdisciplinary doctoral thesis in the fields of art, new media, and visual culture on Polish-Japanese Academy of Information Technology.
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