Why do I still create art?
I've been creating for a long time, and the only thing I can say ... I have no idea, but the reasons are unimportant. It probably depends on many things. Depending on my mood on a given day, I could say that it's a decision for emotional reasons and easy way to express them in a visual way. I could say too, I work on understand the world, or a narcissistic coping mechanism with desire to be famous, therapy and etc. To be honest often I did it for money, but that doesn't mean it is worse art, because creation is my profession and my passion since 30 years. Since I graduated MFA from the Academy of Fine Art in Lódź of department of Fiber Art.
Every reason is good and real. Anyway, the inner compulsion and internal imperative exists. If I didn’t create, I would feel really awful. I would not be myself.
"Her work is the perfect blend of minimalist style and richness of a subtle play of lights and shadows, quiet cold and soft tonal taint in a narrow range of colours. Each of Katarzyna's Fiber Art has its own positively vibrating interplay of lines.
Variety arrangements textures and patterns and the Earth tone colours create a visual dialogue between the Our Earth and Us. The compositions of the Textile Arts are very minimalistic, in the layout and way of expression it refers to the Colour Field Painting."
"Simplicity, functionality and minimalism. It is a Modrn Art."
Extremely aesthetic. The Artist puts emphasis on the functionality of textile art and its cosiness.
Especially Fiber Arts -Artistic Sound Panels from the last collection muffle and absorb sounds.
They also help with reverbs that are a common problem in modern interior design, especially in modern offices..."
"I bought it. I love the art, I hate a noise! It looks spectacularly in headmaster’s office! It is my demonstration of a sustainable lifestyle and concerned for our World. The World without waste. It is an excellent investment of capital, too!"
It would be great to use only traditional natural fibres like cotton, wool, and silk, but it’s not realistic.
Temporarily we can't abuse our land to grow new material. We simply don't have the land / resources to grow enough of them.
So today’s Textile Artist should focus on the recycled fibbers. Therefore, the yarn what I use in my work mostly came from recycled clothes.
My fight for a sustainability is reflected in the reuse of materials in my Textile Art.
Only then the production of new things (including new works of art) is not senseless.
It does not reduce the value of my work in any way.
I love to create abstract art( Painting & Fibre Art), because it is often the purest form to express the inexpressible for Me.
I synthesize anything that is insignificant, to the bare essentials that the art is most meaningful.
My works are known for its simplicity and independence in style.
I meditatively create simplicity, peace of mind, balance and single-minded focus.
I hope that my Abstract Works are the essence of simplicity, near Minimalism.
My Abstract Visual Art is always mindful and contemplative, meaning that they manifest themselves quietly over time.