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Color, Saturation and Light
March 18, 2009   
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Paintings by Teresa Starzec are on display at Klima Bocheńska's Gallery in Warsaw.

All the large-format paintings on show were produced in recent years and all feature a recurring theme. In every picture, a boat-like shape cuts across the canvas. The abstract minimalism in the artist's paintings is firmly rooted in nature. The pictures were inspired by landscapes, ponds and pools near the Narew River northeast of Warsaw. Starzec has deliberately picked this theme for the exhibition, aiming to underline the most essential component of her work, namely the many years she has spent studying color, saturation and light and the emotions they express.

Starzec, 57, studied at the Fine Arts Academy in Cracow in 1972-1978 and the Graphics Department of the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Stockholm in 1975/76. In 1991, together with husband Andrzej Bielawski, she started the Atelier Foundation and in the following year, the Atelier Drawing and Painting School, where the two are teachers. Starzec has taken part in 50 collective exhibitions. She is a painter, a graphic artist and an art teacher.


Until April 12, Klima Bocheńska's Gallery, 27/31 Z±bkowska St.
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