“For me, art is one of the forms of communicating with people, communicating without words. Through my painting, I can express myself in a non-verbal way. I love the diversity of the world and it is from this diversity that I draw inspiration. This is why my paintings are so diverse, both in terms of themes and techniques. My paintings are just as diverse as the world is. I love painting with oils and watercolors. In my paintings, I try to convey positive emotions.”
Aleksandra Ciążyńska was born in 1987 in Poland and studied with prof. Paweł Lewandowski-Palle. She graduated from the University of Warsaw. Aleksandra has taken part in various exhibitions, with paintings shown in, among others, New York, Rome, Venice, Barcelona, Vienna, Munich, Paris, Heidenreichstein, Ajdovščina, Ciechocinek, Milan and Fuerteventura. The recepient of international awards like Woman Art Award 2022 by Musa International Art Space in Paris, International Prize Donatello in Firenze and ATIM’s Top 60 Masters in New York, she has become an established artist with many publications around the world. Articles have been written about her art, including in Today in New York, Warsaw Tribune, The European Gazette, Economic News Observer, International World Times, Fox 28, US National Times, etc.
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