“Art is my great passion which I try to develop every day. A passion that is extremely interesting and addictive, because thanks to it I am constantly learning something new. Yes, art is eternal learning that allows you to pay attention to things that are imperceptible to others. Discover the beauty of the world around us, the uniqueness of forms, colors and shapes that accompany us imperceptibly every day. It allows you to discover yourself, look into the recesses of the soul and constantly finds new faces. The ability to paint pictures is a gift that needs to be cared for every day. I am glad that I can share this gift with the world.”
Aleksandra Ciążyńska was born in 1987 in Poland and is a graduate of the Faculty of Economic Sciences at the University of Warsaw, and a passionate painter.
"I have loved to paint since I was a child. For many years I participated in classes conducted by prof Paweł Lewandowski-Palle, where I trained my workshop. It was there that I fell in love with art even more, especially painting. There, I took part in various competitions. I won, among others, the first place in the national competition for children and youth, entitled "Man and his work" and the Golden Palette in the international competition in Macedonia."
Ciążyńska's paintings have been at exhibitions in, among others, New York, Rome, Venice, Barcelona, Vienna, Munich, Paris, Heidenreichstein, Ajdovščina, Ciechocinek.
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