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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). Since October 2015 PhD Studies in The Fine Arts at alma mater. Creates graphics, mainly small forms in relief printing techniques such as linocut, woodcut. Works also on monoprint, acrylic painting as well as mixed media.

Grants and awards:

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.

2018 - Honorable Mention – 10. International Biennial of Miniature Art 2018, Częstochowa, Poland


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.