Weronika Raczynska was born in 1978 in Warsaw, Poland. Between 1997-2002, she studied painting at the European Academy of Arts (EAS) in Warsaw, Poland. In 2002, she graduated with a Master of Fine Arts degree in Painting (Honors). From 2008-2010, Raczynska studied Painting at The Jan Matejko Academy of Fine Arts (ASP) in Cracow, Poland. In 2010 completed post-graduate studies in painting.
Weronika Raczynska has had 17 solo exhibitions and participated in over 120 group shows in Warsaw, Poland; Cracow, Poland, as well as in Basel, Switzerland; Kishinev, Moldavia; London, United Kingdom; New York, United States of America; Paris, France; Rome, Italy and Milan, Italy among others.
In 2022, the artist received a scholarship from the Creation Support Fund of the ZAIKS Association of Authors. In 2022 she was awarded The Faces of Peace Art Prize by Contemporary Art Curator Magazine, as well as an Artistic Excellence certificate from Circle Foundation for the Arts.
Paintings by Weronika Raczynska can be found in private collections in Poland and other countries of Europe, and also in New Zealand, the Philippines and the United States of America, as well as in public collections of the Gallery of Contemporary Art (GSW) in Wloclawek, Poland and the Office of Artistic Exhibitions (BWA) in Kielce, Poland.
Raczynska lives and works in Warsaw, Poland.
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