Marta Zawadzka (b. 1981, Bialystok, Poland, 2000-2005- Faculty of Architecture and Urban Planning- Technical University ) Currently lives and works in Warsaw.
An inspirational artist whose background and study in architecture and design translates into a dynamic canvas.
Marta uses vibrant colour combined with technique to create artistic masterpieces. Her work conveys movement and flow, dancing on the canvas in the form of iconic past masters.
Flourescent paint, acrylics and spray paints bring to life icons from the world of art, sport, film, music as well as inspirational leaders of our time.
Highly desirable, Marta travel's the world inspiring new markets with her art delivering a colourful message to all continents.
With each concept and brush stroke her work is embraced with equal delight and fervour internationally.
Marta's masterpieces are hugely accessible and continue to leave a lasting warmth on the walls of collectors.
She has been featured on prestige Saatchi Art list -"ON THE RISE- 25 Emerging Artists from Eastern Europe" and her paintings are published in catalogs and collections Saatchi Art.
She has worked with mega brands such as Samsung, Grolsch, Ikea and Chanel and has acquired recognised clients from all over the globe such as Slash from Guns N' Roses, also Lewis Hamilton drew attention to her paintings.
She had exhibitions during Grand Prix Formula One 2016 in Mexico, Monaco and Singapore
Her works can be seen in galleries in the UK, USA, Holland, Singapore, Belgium, Mexico, France, Germany, Dubai, Australia, Canada and Poland.
The beauty is what I always seek in my life, I found it in the balance between hues.
Strong colour are condensed force, can change feelings and emotion.
I am in constant motion. Through travelling, meeting new people and learn from them. I explore, analize and get fascinated by every colour.
I have the passion for portraits and abstractions. I express myself on canvas, using strong, long lasting dyes which allows me to capture the dynamics of life. That is why I love fluorescent colours and I am delighted how they glow under ultraviolet light. I love using sunny hues. Color is what matters. The process of painting is spontaneous, with no prior sketches nor plans. I avoid over-intellectualisation in my work and let my subconscious self guide the brush until the perfect beauty emerges.