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Art With a Life of its Own
April 30, 2014   
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Abstract paintings by Eliza Nadulska are on show in a new exhibition at the Abakus Gallery in Warsaw.

The exhibition, entitled A Path. 1754, comprises large compositions that depict a separate, abstract world only loosely connected to what is real. Her paintings, characteristic for their subtlety, stir up the same sort of sensations people get from being touch with nature.

Nadulska says her pictures originate from the real world, which then inspires her to embark on an artistic quest of her own. “As I’m working, the real picture ceases to exist, giving way to something totally different and so a game begins where color and form take on a life of their own,” she says.

A painter, photographer and graphic designer, Nadulska graduated in 1982 from the Faculty of Painting at Warsaw’s Fine Arts Academy. She has exhibited her work at individual exhibitions in Poland and abroad and has also taken part in many collective exhibitions. Her work is part of private and public collections in Poland, Sweden, Britain, Switzerland and the United States. She lives and works in Warsaw.

Until May 18; Abakus Gallery; 4 Jezuicka St.
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