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Weronika Marszelewska
Born in 1990 in Toruń, Poland; graduated from Faculty of Fine Arts at Nicolaus Copernicus University, with specialization in printmaking (2015 – master degree of Art) and PhD studies (2019). Creates mainly small forms: graphic, painting and experimental; symbolic landcapes and abstracions. Participant of more than 60 international exhibitions in many countries: UK, Belgium, Germany, Romania, Russia, Japan, USA, Canada, Chile, Columbia and Poland. Has organized 6 solo exhibitions in Poland. Active also in the sphere of cultural animation.

Main achievements:
2015  - The Victor Stuyvaert Prize (for a relief print of a participant under 30) - 20th Sint-Niklaas International Bookplates and Small Printmaking Competition, Sint-Niklaas, Belgium
2016  - The Minister's of Science and Higher Education Republic of Poland Scholarship for     Outstanding Artistic Achievements
2017 – Award Nomination - 4th. International Small Etching Biennial Graphium – Timisoara 2017, Romania
2018 - Honorable Mention – 10. International Biennial of Miniature Art 2018, Częstochowa, Poland
2019 – Award Nomination – XII Quadriennale Drzeworytu i Linorytu Polskiego Olsztyn 2019 (national woodcut and linocut competition), Olsztyn, Poland
2020 -  Stypendium Marszałka Województwa Kujawsko-Pomorskiego dla osób zajmujących się twórczością artystyczną, upowszechnianiem kultury i opieką nad zabytkami (scholarship for artists and cultural activists donated by local authorities)


Independently from technical aspects, my artworks are almost abstract internal landscapes, grounded in individual experience of surrounding world. They are also related to the landscape's visions preserved in the culture. Although no one appear in my landscapes, they are stories about human being, concentrate on mental, emotional condition, soul sphere and relationships. Feelings, states and attitudes, which I show in my works, are based on personal experiences, but I believe that they have universal dimension.