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Eliza at Abakus
July 9, 2008   
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Visitors to the Abakus Gallery in Warsaw's Old Town district can see some of the latest works by Eliza Nadulska, a Warsaw painter who is also a graphic artist and photographer.

The exhibition features a number of paintings that Nadulska has completed in the last two years. They will remain on display through the end of July.

In her paintings, Nadulska focuses on natural phenomena and landscapes where light and colors play a key part. Some of her paintings are abstract compositions with intense colors that evoke the mood of the moment.

Nadulska studied at the Painting Department of the Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts. She graduated in 1982 in the studio of Prof. Jan Tarasin. Apart from painting, she works in commercial design and photography. She designs covers for books and magazines and formerly worked for The Warsaw Voice. Nadulska has taken part in numerous individual and collective exhibitions in Poland and abroad.

Paintings by Eliza Nadulska
Open through July 31
Abakus Gallery, 4 Jezuicka St., tel. 0-22 831-53-93, open daily 11 a.m.-9 p.m., free admission
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