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Elephant Mural Painting

Hello Friends! This is a step-by-step photo report from last weekend's mural painting in Warsaw. It was a private commission (actually it was a gift for my friend's daughter). She's turning two years old soon, and I thought that perhaps she would appreciate having an elephant in her bedroom once she gets a bit older. Elephants symbolize wisdom, good memory, and are regarded sacred in many religions, especially Hinduism (Ganesha is a Hindu deity with an elephant's head). Please enjoy! At first, there was a blank wall. And the weather was stormy, so I had to use artificial light to see anything. I started working simultaneously on the base colours, and on the details. I had to work quick, but

Speed Painting at the SDK

Hello, everyone! I wanted to thank all those, who came to yesterday's closing reception of "Chinese Spring". I wanted to thank Mrs. Barbara for her professionalism and support in preparing the show plus speech, the Director of the Służew Community Centre for letting me have this art show and accepting my painting as a gift for the SDK and the Mayor of Ursynów, who gave a wonderful speech on my artworks. Many thanks to Kacper Krauze and Diana Pyrska for recording the entire process of speed painting and Grażyna Wojciechowicz, Sylwia Kasprowicz, Magda Zielińska, Robert Dul, my Grandmother and many others for their support and the photos taken. I had a wonderful audience last night and I hope

Mural Painting in Brooklyn

Last week, April 27-28, Kamila Wojciechowicz, painted a mural of a rhinoceros-her trademark. The work is titled "Amelia Rhinoheart", after Amelia Earhart, the famous pilot, who was the first woman, who flew over the Atlantic in the 1930's. She was known for being a female rights activist and wore an aviator hat. The mural painting took place at the NY Moore hostel, at 179 Moore St. Brooklyn, Williamsburg. Inspired by local street art and numerous murals in Williamsburg and Greenpoint, the artist decided to create her own mural, using markers and acrylic paints. The event lasted two days, everyone could watch and talk to the artist during this creative process. The official closing reception

Tribute to Old Masters

In April 13-26 the Polish Institute of Arts and Sciences of America had a solo exhibition presenting artworks by the Australian-Polish artist, Kamila Wojciechowicz. Opening reception: April 13, 2018, 6PM at 208 East 30th Street, New York, NY 10016. Video from the art show, "Tribute to Old Masters" at the Polish Institute in NYC, Manhattan. The show was titled “Tribute to Old Masters". “While creating my artworks, I was inspired greatly by old masters, such as Albrecht Dürer, Hieronymus Bosch, Diego Velázquez, Pieter Bruegel the Elder, Petrus Christus and many other famous artists. I decided to combine certain elements from the past, such as intricate drawing and modern elements, such as satu

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