Ewa Pronczuk-Kuziak Painting

Paintings by Ewa Prończuk-Kuziak

Ewa Pronczuk-Kuziak is a Polish contemporary artist who lives and works in Warsaw, Poland. She studied Polish Philology at the Warsaw University, Fine Arts at the Royal Academy of Fine Arts (Antwerp, Belgium), and Painting at the Academy of Fine Arts (Warsaw, Poland) where she obtained an MFA in Painting.

Ewa’s oil paintings are a combination of still life, nature, and fantasy. She creates rainbow-colored visions of animals that are made of materials as if woven out of thread and decorative fabrics. Building on contrast, they are full of life, energy, and fantasy, always idealized in their complicated nature and continuous transformation. In her works, Ewa uses intensely saturated colors, which illustrate the vibrancy of the world her characters inhabit.

Pronczuk-Kuziak’s oil paintings are a combination of still life, nature and fantasy. She creates rainbow-colored visions of animals that are made of materials, as if woven out of thread and decorative fabrics. Building on contrast, they are full of life, energy, and fantasy, always idealized in their complicated nature and continuous transformation. In her works, Ewa uses intensely saturated colors, which illustrate the vibrancy of the world her characters inhabit.

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