Aga Osak Painting

Paintings by Aga Osak

Aga Osak graduated from artistic studies at the Institute of Fine Arts at the University of Rzeszów (Poland) in 2008.

Over the years, she created sculptures, photographs, fancy costumes, and painted at the same time. Thanks to these activities, she developed her artistic skills, looking for new techniques, combinations and going deeper and deeper into the world of imagination and fantasy. In her work, she tries to bring out for others the images that dance in it and just waiting to be created.

She believes that art should be a feast for the soul, served in the most beautiful way. She loves color, light and the beauty of creativity. In her paintings, she shares what is important to her.

I create for those who are looking for beauty and joy in life. I invite them into my fairytale world where they become children again, leaving reality and sorrows behind. Carefree and light-hearted they rediscover the magnificent nature of a happy life. – Aga Osak

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