Exhibition

Young Polish Art

9 Nov 2013 – 15 Nov 2013

Event times

10am - 9pm

Cost of entry

free

POSK Gallery

London, United Kingdom

Address

Travel Information

  • Bus 391 190 267 H91
  • Tube Ravenscourt Park

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Young Polish Art

About

Sylwester Stabryla
Born in 1975 in Brzozow, he lives in the town of Sanok in the South-West of Poland. Stabryla graduated in 2002, gaining diploma in painting from the Faculty of Fine Arts, at Radom under the tutelage of Professor Andrzej Gieraga.

His work is very personal. It focuses on a human being in private situations, placed among simple objects of everyday life yet full of complexity and emotions. The artist excels in portraying women in highly sensual and atmospheric situations.
Stabryla took part in numerous individual and group exhibitions. His work is frequently featured by the leading Polish auction house DESA-UNICOM.
His paintings were recently exhibited and successfully auctioned by Christies Galleries in London.

Monika Marchewka
Born in 1988 in Chrzanow, Monika lives and works in Cracow. She graduated from the Academy of Fine Art in Krakow in 2013. There Monika studied under the tutelage of Professor Zbigniew Sprycha.

In recognition of her outstanding work Monika was invited to take part in the exhibition of the Poland's best fine art graduates in Warsaw.
Her works include drawings and photography.
Since her debut Monika has showed her works at the numerous collective exhibitions, among them at The IX Warsaw's Art Fair, Galeria Stalowa in Warsaw, Onanato in Krakow, Forty, Kleparz in Krakow and numerous others.

Her work is frequently and successfully featured by the leading Polish auction house DESA-UNICOM.

Bogna Palmowska
Bogna Palmowska was born in 1984. Bogna graduated from Warsaw's Academy of Fine Art in 2012, studying under the direction of Professor Jaroslaw Modzelewski.
She lives and works in Zoliborz, Warsaw.

She paints dreamy, luminous images of women surrounded by nature. Her paintings are very colourful, full of vitality and subtle emotions. The expression of feelings by both these subjects: women and nature are equally important in her pictures.
Bogna Palmowska took part in many exhibitions mainly in Poland.
Her work is frequently and successfully featured by the leading Polish auction house DESA-UNICOM.


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