Katarzyna Wójtowicz 'Anthropomorphic Notes' Monotype and Ink 17x25
Katarzyna Wójtowicz's artwork from the series "Anthropomorphic Notes"
Dimensions: 17x25cm, monotype and ink, 2021.
Katarzyna Wójtowicz is a visual artist, illustrator, and graphic designer. Her works showcase inspirations drawn from cubism and midcentury art. The soft plasticity of the images is often broken by sharp lines, giving them a sense of dynamism. The combination of expressive painterly gestures and synthetic lines characteristic of linocut technique resulted from the artist's experiments with the monoprint technique – an artistic printing method that allows for creating a single, unique print.
The theme of the "Anthropomorphic Notes" series revolves around the search for artistic means to tell a story about placing humans in the context of nature and emotions. The figure of the human body, constrained by Le Corbusier's Modulor design and utilized as a scale in interior and urban architecture, appears in Katarzyna Wójtowicz's works in a liberated version, surrounded by organic forms and expressive splashes. "Anthropomorphic Notes" encourages us to feel, to liberate emotions, to connect with nature, and each piece seems to remind us of the full scale of emotions we can experience, a testament to our humanity.
Additional information: Black frame, behind glass. Dimensions with frame 33x42. The artwork comes with a certificate.