ag_updated_at : 2022-09-07 06:26:09 UTC
ag_facebook_url : https://www.facebook.com/Paulina-Ledzions-Art-1535724163404607/
ag_artist_statement : Artist statement: Through the combination of colors and textures, she wants to convey her vision of movement in our wold, referring to the mechanisms that surround us. She is capturing emotions and memories on canvas in her own abstract way. She stimulates the imagination of the viewer to reflect on reality and on what is invisible for a human eye, but in a way to always leave a lot of space for interpretation.
ag_biography : Bio: Student of the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw. She mainly works with acrylic painting, collage and graphic design, particularly focusing on abstract. In recent years, her paintings were exhibited at the Young Art auctions in Bydgoszcz and Warsaw, where she also had her first individual exhibitions. She collaborates with galleries in Warsaw, such as: Pragaleria, Xanadu Gallery, Sopocki Dom Aukcyjny, Libra Gallery, Project 101.
ag_priority : 100
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ag_artist_firstname : Paulina
ag_artist_lastname : Ledzion
ag_website:_artmine : http://www.art-mine.com/artistpage/Paulina_Ledzion.aspx
Paulina Ledzion’s acrylic paintings are abstract explorations of the invisible layers of reality. They reflect the painter’s fascination with science, namely particle physics, genetics, microorganisms, and energy as well as the mechanisms and phenomena that govern the universe. These themes serve as a basis for understanding the world and prompting questions about human existence, which she examines through the use of color, texture, and compositions.
Ledzion’s vibrant dynamic patterns can also act as powerful diaries, commenting on current social and political events. The artist often finds inspiration when participating in protests in Poland, such as those fighting for the rights of women. In Marginalization III for example, Ledzion’s furious markings represent the feeling of being lost in the crowd, our voice unheard by the powers that be, suffocated in a sea of chaos. By harnessing the breadth of her imagination, Ledzion offers a view from within and exposes the microscopic currents that maneuver this world, even though we cannot see them.
Ledzion earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Graphic Design from the Warsaw School of Arts and is completing a Master’s Degree in Graphic Design from the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw. She exhibited individually and collectively in Poland, Greece, and Portugal. Prior to pursuing a career in the arts, Ledzion studied piano for fourteen years. Ledzion lives and works in Warsaw, Poland.
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ag_rep_begin_date : 06/21/2022
ag_rep_end_date : 06/21/2023
ag_representation_status : Active
ag_representation_level : Digital
ag_website:_agora : https://www.agora-gallery.com/artistpage/Paulina_Ledzion.aspx
ag_web_statement : As an artist, my greatest inspiration comes from the world of science. My paintings are abstract explorations of the reality that is invisible to the human eye and the phenomena that govern the universe, such as particles, energy, microorganisms, molecules, gravity, and sound waves. Imagination is a common denominator of art and science as the basis for understanding the world and seeking answers that are the source of all knowledge. I tackle these questions by building textures and compositions through the movement of color.
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ag_gender : Female
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