Polish abstract artist living in Adelaide. Her rich in colour paintings often represent personal, psychological feelings and struggle between man and nature.
Putting paintbrush to canvas has always excited Patrycja. Just take a glimpse at any of her pieces and it’s easy to see where she draws most of her inspiration – from nature and exotic trips she’s embarked on around the world. From these adventures, she always tries to take a memory home with her. Whether the tropical birdlife, fragrant flowers or even tiny insects, they’ve all found their own little place in her world on canvas. They’re brought to life through the explosion of colour and texture. Sometimes she does this using a marbling effect from a paint pouring process she calls ‘flow-fusion’, other times through a palette knife and the traditional paintbrush. By doing this, she can catch a glimpse into the mood, personality and thoughts of her subjects. Her recent works are acrylics, which she loves due to their fluidity in creating layers of vibrant colour. She describes her style as semi-abstract expressionist combined with fluid art.