Exhibition: Lucja Radwan
Landscapes, urban scenery and works inspired by the forms of stalactites and stalagmites are being presented in the Ethnographic Museum in Wroclaw. The exhibition contains scores of works by Lucja Radwan. The Polish artist was born in 1951 in Tuchow but has been living in Austria for 33 years. She studied painting with her father, a painter and a sculptor Tadeusz Radwan, then she developed her skills with two well-known Austrian painters: Krayem and Kornis. The artist creates water-colours, as well as oil and acrylic paintings. She uses each of these techniques to express various emotions and images. Water-colours, woven with lights focus on presenting landscapes (Melk Monastery, Gold Coast in Australia, Power Station in Vienna). In depicting the diverse forms of caves, Radwan prefers oil paints, while with the acrylic technique she touches more intimate and personal subjects (A Story of One Journey, Mother's Love, Girl-friends, To Flirt). It sounds beautiful. To see how beautiful it really is, visit the Ethnographic Museum.