Exhibition - Italian Style with Natalia Rozmus

Exhibition - Italian Style with Natalia Rozmus

October 14, 2019

Polish artist, Natalia Rozmus' style is influenced mostly by architecture. Before she approaches each canvas, Natalia is designing it’s construction. She likes to play with textures,  sewing her own canvases so they fit perfectly with the subject that she is about to work on. Then it’s about the coloring and layering of paint, handcrafted using her own special techniques. Often taking a graphic approach, which is sort of, a reminiscence of my design background.

 

The grand opening will be at 7pm on 18th October 2019 at Galleri Sztuki Next in Bydgoszcz, Poland. Natalia Rozmus's work for this exhibition is inspired by Italian architecture and landscapes, such as: Lake Como, Milan, Cinque Terre and Manarola. 

Exhibition Dates: 18th October to 14th November 2019

Exhibition Hours: Monday-Friday 10am to 5pm, Opening night until 9pm

Venue: Galleri Sztuki Next, Poznańska 31, 85-129 Bydgoszcz, Poland

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Websitehttps://galerianext.pl/index.php 

View - Original Artworks by Natalia Rozmus




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