To Flight
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    2571059855c2d5e7
    Current price:
    PLN 4,200.00


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    Collectible NFTs
    Blockchain
    Polygon
    Token ID
    #12
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    Yes
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    First

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    Iwona Ostrowska
    Iwona Ostrowska, born in 1960, graduated from the Faculty of Fine Arts at the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń. She lives and creates in Warsaw. The artist has presented her paintings at 25 solo exhibitions and more than 120 group exhibitions. She is a member of the Association of Polish Artists and Designers, co-creates ProjectART, which undertakes to popularize the art of various artists in many Polish cities, she also acts as an organizer and curator of exhibitions and nationwide projects. She is president of the Malesze Academy Foundation, a place for the promotion of artists and people of culture. She received the Second Prize of the Polish Radio in the Vidical competition, organized by the Poster Museum in Wilanów, Warsaw. She is an active participant in art festivals and symposia - in Italy, Turkey, Brussels, Tunisia, Germany, Greece or the UK. "I paint paintings from the "Birds" series, which become not only a leitmotif, but also a medium for conveying deep emotions and abstract ideas. The paintings, saturated with rich colors and elusive forms, depict birds in a way that pushes the boundaries of traditional representation. I explore inner worlds and emotions through external images. Birds are not mere creatures, but symbolic expressions of feelings and states of mind. The bird can symbolize freedom, lightness of existence, but also longing and loneliness. In my context, the paintings can be metaphors for the search for lost time, capturing fleeting memories that, like birds, quickly fly through our lives, leaving only traces in memory. Each painting is full of nuances, subtle transitions of colors and forms, which together create a harmonious whole. In painting, a bird becomes almost a meditation on the nature of human experience, where each brushstroke is like a word, and the whole composition is like a sentence that gradually reveals a deeper meaning to us. I seek the essence of time and memory in the labyrinths of my inner world, and I express this through abstract representations of birds on my canvases. The paintings I create are an invitation to introspection and reflection on the transience of moments that, like flying birds, are here and now, and in a moment are just a memory."