Mixed Media > Fine art > Abstract

Size : 68 x 80 cm

Medium: Ink

Material: Paper

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Alicja Król
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About artist

Passion - archlazybones, metier - artist, education - master of fine arts. Born in 1994 in Ostrowiec Świętokrzyski, Poland. In 2008-2010 she learned the  basics of art workshop under the supervision of artist Zbigniew Sawaryn. In 2014, she  graduated from the State Art College in Kielce on artistic fabric  (tapestry) specialisation. In 2017, she defended her diploma in the field of Graphics of the  first degree at the University of Humanities and Natural Sciences (former Academy) Jan  Długosz in Częstochowa on the specialisation - graphic art. The commencement and  continuation of the second-cycle studies was the next step on the way to the master's  degree in fine arts. A participant in so far several collective and individual exhibitions. She received the  Rector's scholarship for the best students for scientific achievements four times. Her  original works can be found in many private collections in Poland and abroad (United  States, the Netherlands). In 2018, she participated in the charity donation for  Częstochowa Charity Bazaar.
 She deals with drawing, painting, photography, graphic and digital graphics. She  loves to combine art techniques, so she also express through with collage. She draws  inspiration from the world of nature, fantasy and psychology. Intertwined motifs in her  work are portraits, vegetation, femininity / androgyny and birds. Her favourite styles and trends in art are Post-Impressionism, Art Nouveau, Fauvism,  Expressionism and broadly defined contemporary artistic activity. Her biggest influences are:  Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Witold Wojtkiewicz, Olga Boznańska, Anna Bilińska -  Bohdanowiczowa, Ivan Alifan, Olivier de Sagazan and others.
In her spare time she likes to play (and win) computer, card and board games. She  impulsively buys sketchbooks that wait patiently for their time to come. Occasionally,  she also acquires houseplants, but these, as if due to a meeting with a new owner,  shorten their life span.