1974 born in Swietochlowice (Poland)
1994—1999 studies Painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Cracow (Poland) — MA
2005 move to Hungary; member of the Association of Hungarian Creative Artists
2012— DLA degree from painting – Academy of Fine Arts in Cracow (Poland)
Besides painting I engage in the following media: illustration, graphic, drawing. Her works were exhibited in the following countries: Hungary, Poland, France, Italy, Germany, Russia, China, Japan, Egypt, Romania, Slovakia, Macedonia, Turkey, Argentina, Uruguay.
Selected publications with illustrations
2015 Csipkerózsika (Design-könyvek sorozat, Csimota Könyvkiadó)
2014 Lázár Ervin: A Hétfejű Tündér (Papírszínház, Csimota Könyvkiadó + Callicephales, France)
„Silver Quadrangle” International Painting Triennial of Carpathian Region, Przemyśl (Poland) — GRAND PRIX (2006)
25. BIB — Biennial of Illustration Bratislava (Slovakia); XV. Hungarian Painting Biennial, Szeged (Hungary); XIII International Triennial of Small Graphic Forms, Lodz (Poland); I International Printmaking Biennial-Istanbul (Turkey); VII International Biennale of Engraving, ’Aqui Prize’, Ovada (Italy); XVII, XIII Biennale Internationale de la Gravure et des Novelles Images de Sarcelles (France); Biennale Internationale de Gravicel, Lens (France); Third International Biennial of Mini Prints, Tetovo (Macedonia); Egyptian International Print Triennial, Cairo, (Egypt); IV. Novosibirsk International Biennial of Contemporary Graphic Art, Novosibirsk State Art Museum (Russia); Nord Art 2005 — Kunst in der Carlshütte; Büdelsdorf (Germany)
“I work in a very simply way. I start to figure out all the story. I imagine all characters scene by scene, chapter after chapter. Next I try to deal with it in the most synthetically and effectively as possible. I create some of visual shortcut, to implement what I’ve imagine than I outline it.
I don’t like sketching too much before. To tell the truth it dispel me, that way I make only the most essential and needful ones, to check the base composition. For me sketches are rather a spur to the work, than really note.
I’m able to repaint the same illustration three or four time only because something I’m not sure. The work is finish when I am fully satisfied with the achieved result.”