Wioletta Gancarz

Wioletta Gancarz

Adliswil, Zurich, Switzerland

About Wioletta Gancarz

Born in Poland, living and working in Switzerland, the visual artist Wioletta Gancarz carries the importance of the nature and sense of the sublime into her artworks. It is impressive how she combines abstract rhythms of light and colour, organized in harmonious compositions. Although her paintings are created in expressive, wild dynamic brush strokes, all elements are balanced and energized.



Even if Wioletta Gancarz avoids figurative forms in her paintings - the background and foreground are one - the compositions, titled Cotton Field, Colours of Heaven or Bohemian Love, are a secret place in which the viewer can connect with something personal, lost in daydreams, imaginative islands, fairy tale landscapes, memories. In doing so, Wioletta weaves together the philosophy of abstraction and spontaneity of the subconsciousness.





Dr. Barbara Aust-Wegemund, Art Historian

AHC PROJECTS, Hamburg, June 2019

Events

Featured in a curated collection in The Frame Samsung TV

Featured in Saatchi Art Spring Catalog 2017
https://www.saatchiart.com/catalog

Special Merit Award to my "Childhood Garden" in "Seasons" 2017 Art Exhibition
https://www.wiolettagancarz.com/events

Exhibitions

Art International Zurich - 1 - 4.10.2020
Affordable Art Fair - Battersea London 11-15.03.2020

Affordable Art Fair - Milan 7-9.2020

Spectrum Miami - Miami 4-8.12.19

Art Talents Zurich 20.10.19

Swiss Art Expo Zürich 15-19.08.19

Gallery Kunst Zürich Süd 04 - 29.06.19

Art Talents - Zürich 7.04.19

Gallery Kunst Zürich Süd 1.12.18 - 26.1.19

Artiazza - Lucerne 4.11.2018

Art Talents - Zürich 21.10.2018

Art Market - Frauenfeld, CH 24.06.2018

Heartbeat Art Exhibition - Zürich 12.04.2018

Art Exhibition "Künstler sehen den Sihlwald" - Adliswil 12-29.04.2018

Kunst im Tal - Rorbas 28-29.10.2017

ArtMarket Manor - Zurich 2-3.09.2017

OPEN AIR ART FAIR MEILEN - ZURICH, ARTMARKT MEILEN, MARCHE D'ART MEILEN 1.07.2017

Group Exhibition with Kunst Zurich Sud 19-21.05.2017