Once, in an interview with the painter Dorota Komar-
Zmyoelony, the artist said, she would like to practice a „rather
normal painting”, and then „the one we/are used to”. Somewhere
else, she formulated the idea of an artist as more a
disposer of appearing potentialities than their creator.
“Normal” painting might be also the question of traditional
materials as well as a relationship between the connoisseur
requiring art and the artist needing money.
Neverthless, it can’t be and it isn’t the question of vision or
form. That definition seems to suit the artist’s idea. During
many years of her artistic activity, the inner world of the
artist’s painting has been constantly changing and growing.
At first, there were still lives, empty courtyards, landscapes,
then lots of faces growing out of and into the background,
into each other, connected to each other. Also – sophisticated,
psychedelic paradises, sticking, angel – like heads
floating up to the sky, eteric bodies and lots of hairs and
dog’s fur everywhere, dogish-human shapes, gaps and cracks.
Particularly important part of her art are her drawings.
They seem formally the best:simple and at the same time
sophisticated, they explore the inner nature of matter.
Division and form cracking seems to be the elementary
motif of that art, as well as connecting, merging and creating
The artist doesn’t search any cultural or philosophical
contexts for her art. Painting her visions, she doesn’t declare
anything but game and some kind of an exciting dialogue
with that, what emerges.