Kinga Chrzaszczewska aka Kinia Kik. My nationality is Polish, but I am a product of two countries Poland and Great Britain. I am fascinated by the history of primitive cultures, their myths, rituals and beliefs.
A native of Warsaw, Kinga Chrzaszczewska A.K.A. Kinia Kik, is an artist who has lived in London and Southern England since 1995. Her work is an expression of her intuitive self, born out of her dreams and emotional response to the world. She is a ‘ woman who runs with the wolves ’, driven by a spiritual intrigue for the wildness of being, the folk mythology, carnival… and the dream. She responds with colour, shape, tone and texture and within her collage work, a panoply of emotions take shape.. including seriousness, humour and playfulness, with Kinga’s paintings and sculpture we find rich layers of symbolism and reactions to feelings experienced. Her work offers a glimpse into an original and inspired mind.
Kinga Chrzaszczewska is a professional award winning artist, in 2006 she completed a BA Honorus Degree i n Mixed Media Fine Art 2;1 and since that time Kinga has continued to pursue her career as a serious and dedicated Artist. For several years she ran an art club called the “Parrot Art Room” where she conducted art workshops in both English and Polish. For more than a year she delivered Art Therapy workshops within the Learning Support Unit at the London Academy in Edgware. After moving to Poland for 5 years she returned to the UK and in 2007 she was offered the post of Art Teacher for children aged 3 8 in t he British School in Warsaw and for two years she taught Art . In 2010 in Poland, Kinga was honoured with 1st place at the Festival of Fine Arts Workshops at “Wolski Days of Inspiration” by the Polish Ministry of Culture and National Heritage. Kinga Chrzaszczewska has recently completed a series of illustrations for “Stopa” an imaginary text written by Pawel Kisza to be published in July 2019.
Work in progress. This is my studio during the process of creation. The different energy's spreads all over the place. Exaltation, irritation, happy moments, little cry, jumping, dancing
In 2010 in Poland, Kinga was honoured with 1st place at the “Wolski Days of Inspiration” which is a fine Arts festival by Ministry of Culture and National Heritage.
Individual Exhibition 16.02.-16.03 /2019 -"Solo" Yeha Noha- London 2013 La Boheme Warsaw 2008 Nieporęt-Warsaw
Group exhibitions 11/2018 Accorsi Arte Gallery-Biennale di Venezia - Italy- Venice 09/2013 „big+SMALL=ALL: ”The Old Bath” Hackney London 12/2008- 01/2009 ”Podróżą życie jest człowiek”- „Galeria pod Dachem Nieba”Polska Ciechocinek 2007 “4 spotkania z Pragą” -Warsaw 2006 „Lifestyle as Material”; ADA Gallery, London. 2006 “Privet View” , artyst and curator - Nolia’s Gallery, London 2006 ”Sense and Feasibility” : Maid Collective, The Lambeth Centre, London. 2006 “The Birds” Graduation Show, University of Westminster, London. 2005 „Long Weekend” London Gallery West, London. 2004 ”Eyes, Lies and Illusions”, Collaborative Animation Project, Hayward Gallery -London
Kinga Chrzaszczewska has recently completed a series of illustrations for “Stopa” an imaginary text written by Pawel Kisza to be published in July 2019.
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