The exhibition "Summer" displays on the fabrics vivid colors of sunny summer. These warm climates are especially needed when the gloomy winter weather prevails.
Marta Staszczyk and Marzena Bigaj are artists who like to experiment with various artistic techniques. Regarding creativity on fabrics, after years of fascination with the batik technique, recently the authors discovered the innovative eco-dyeing technique.
An exhibition at the Culture Promotion Center in Warsaw at Podskarbinska 2 Street allowed to get to know with the latest works of artists. The exhibition took place from December 16, 2017 to January 3, 2018.
The opening of the group exhibition "Magical Batiks from the Magazine of Arts" was held in the "Pod Okiem" Gallery in Warsaw, on June 3, 2017.
The exhibition presents works of the participants of the batik studio "Magazine of Arts" in Warsaw. Each artist has own unique style. The presented works are characterized by various forms, themes and colors. Each batik is an interesting, unique work.
The combined exhibition of artists - Marta Staszczyk and Marzena Bigaj - took place at the Artistic Animation House in Warsaw.
The artist works in the batik technique. The presented works were created in several places: Magazyn Sztuk workshop in Warsaw, open air in Oronsko and at the Culture Promotion Center in Warsaw. In the last mentioned place, Marta met the artist Marzena Bigaj, with whom she prepared the exhibition together.
Marta Staszczyk has painted for 14 years. She takes painting seriously, but she emphasizes that these activities are spontaneous and joyful like unfettered children's play. She works with a group of enthusiasts from "Magazyn Sztuk" in Warsaw. She likes to experiment, so batik attracted her attention. Colourful spots, abstract compositions, large formats – this is the art painted with wax.
The exhibition took place between 10 June 2016 and 30 June 2016 at Brama Bielanska Gallery in Warsaw.
”Fortunately, her passion for creation combined with her hard work give Marta the greatest gratification, prompting her to further pursue creative explorations.”