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Exploring Color and Shade
December 16, 2009   
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Galeria XX1 is staging an exhibition of paintings by the distinguished Warsaw artist Eliza Nadulska to showcase some of the painter's most recent work. Nadulska takes natural phenomena in which light and color take center stage as her point of departure. These works are at once records of specific situations and depictions of unreal landscapes. What matters most is capturing the qualities of color, shade and texture with paint and channeling the whole into the brush. Light and space in a painting remain uppermost in the mind of the artist.

Nadulska studied at the faculty of painting at the Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts. She studied under Prof. Jan Tarasin and graduated in 1982.

Nadulska is primarily a painter, although she works as a graphic artist and photographer as well. She has so far had seven individual exhibitions, including at the Polish Institute and the Etage Gallery in Stockholm in 1990 and the Abakus Gallery in Warsaw in 2008.

Nadulska has also taken part in a lot of group exhibitions, including Arsenał, Warsaw (1988), at the 14th Festival of Contemporary Painting, Szczecin (1987), and at the Painting and Sculpture Exhibition, Kalundborg, Denmark (1998).

Her works can be found in public and private collections in Poland, Sweden, Britain, Switzerland and the United States.
Paintings by Eliza Nadulska
Trzy wzgórza. Trzy bramy. (Three Hills, Three Gates)
Until Dec. 30
Galeria XX1, 36 Jana Pawła II Ave., Warsaw
Gallery open: Mon., Tue., Wed., Fri. 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.; Thu. 1 p.m. to 7 p.m.;
and Sat. 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Free admission
For more information phone 22 620 78 72
or go to www.free.art.pl/xx1/
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