• Zofia Turlik

    Date posted: November 18, 2011 Author: jolanta


    “My works cannot be attributed to one trend.”



    Courtesy of the artist.




    I was born in Poland but for many years I have been living and working in London. My painting is a reflection of my soul, emotions, energy and moods.

    My works cannot be attributed to one trend. I get tired from one style and really like to experiment.  I am a multi-faceted artist who paints abstractions as well as portraits, working in various media from oils to acrylic, from drawing to mixed media.

    There is a force in the expression of my modern abstractions contrary to my realism, where peace and harmony emanate from the portraits.

    I have created my own individual three-dimensional style in abstractions. I usually apply many coats of varied media. As a result of it the image has  surface covered with diverse texture, which adds to the  picture an amazing effect of depth. The combination of such texture in fusion with wonderful colors, well thought out composition and the contrasts, creates an unforgettable feast for the spectators eyes, soul and imagination.

    I want my portraits to be magnificent, full of warmth, endearment, sensitivity and have an intimate  atmosphere, which draws the one into the image, suggesting a connection between the subject and the viewer.

    My aim is that the picture is not only just a true portrait but above all a painting worth looking at in terms of composition, color and atmosphere, irrespective of whom it shows.

    *** This article was published by NY Arts Magazine, 2011. NY Arts Magazine is published by Abraham Lubelski. Sponsored by Broadway Gallery, NYC and World Art Media.

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