Anna Masiul-Gozdecka Biography
The work of Anna Masiul-Gozdecka two-dimensional: figurative and abstract. Both roads complement each other and inspire. Apparently they seem to be completely separate, but coexist and create the overall image of the artist’s work. Their common denominator is color and a reference to dreams, in which nothing is impossible, and parallel worlds permeate. Realistic painting does not have to reflect reality, it searches for other layers, other meanings, questions, and looks. It can combine inspiration with music and inspiration with nature. Light, shadow, man, objects - like the same each day, but in every moment has so many different shades. Painting captures and brings out these worlds. We sense this other reality and look for interpretation in ourselves. Abstract painting is like discovering the inner cosmos, unnamed, untouchable, elusive. It is like solving an equation with an infinite number of unknowns. It provokes questions, searches and discoveries. However, it posesses this moment, when everything seems to be in place and in perfect harmony. But before this happens, a storm of transformation passes, invisible but intuitively perceptible. This is why paintings by Anna Masiul-Gozdecka are so diverse, diverse and inquisitive.
Curator Review: First Violin
This beautifully vivid hot and cold piece by artist Anna Masiul-Gozdecka, boldly explores physicality and movement. An untamed energy and intensely focused figure, animates this entire painting. Anna’s shapes, lines, drips and patterns, meld together into one seamless dance, creating a liberated painting that leaps beyond the edges of the canvas itself, crafting a unique and passionate visual narrative.
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