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Art Communing With Nature
November 30, 2010   
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People communing with nature is the overriding theme that runs through the exhibition of Eliza Nadulska’s paintings on display at the Abakus gallery in Warsaw until Dec. 5. The exhibition comprises a series of imaginary landscapes. Nadulska uses light and color in a fluid manner to create atmospheric and refined abstractions, occasionally with identifiable architectural or landscape themes.

“Vision, sensitivity and intuition are the distinguishing features of Eliza Nadulska’s work. The impression we experience in her understated paintings is one of being in touch with nature. The glimmer of light on water, a wisp of wind, a twilight ambiance, the glare of a sunny day at the beach,” is how art critic Eulalia Domanowska describes the artist’s paintings.

Brush strokes and the textures they generate also play a significant role in Nadulska’s paintings. These sorts of treatments result in abstract compositions whose attributes include the expressiveness of the trail left by the brush, the texture of the paint, and the influence of Colorism.

Nadulska studied at the Faculty of Painting at Warsaw’s Academy of Fine Arts. Apart from painting, she is involved in graphic design and photography. She has eight individual exhibitions to her credit, including at the Polish Institute and the Etage Gallery in Stockholm (1990), the Abakus Gallery in Warsaw (2008) and Galeria XX1 in Warsaw (2009).

She has also taken part in a lot of group exhibitions, including Arsenał, Warsaw (1988), the 14th Festival of Contemporary Painting, Szczecin (1987), and Painting and Sculpture Exhibition, Kalundborg, Denmark (1998), BWA, Toruń (1998). Her work can be found in public and private collections in Poland, Sweden, Britain, Switzerland and the United States.

Open until Dec. 5
Galeria Abakus, 4 Jezuicka St., Warsaw, tel. 0-22 831-53-93
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