Aleksandra Szewczuk

Abstraction develops intuition, forces you to reflect, requires a meeting with yourself, working through limitations. It forces you to open sometimes tightly closed doors, to follow both light and darkness.

– Aleksandra Szewczuk from an interview with Maja Murawska, Catalog accompanying the exhibition at the Państwowa Galeria Sztuki in Sopot

Aleksandra Szewczuk is an artist working in the current of abstract expressionist colorfield painting.
Born in 1982 in Gdynia, graduated in 2008 as a Master of Visual Arts at the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdansk. One of the first graduate students in the studio of professor Jerzy Ostrogórski. Her works belong to private collections in USA, Canada, Australia, Germany, Sweden, Portugal, United Kingdom and in the collections of the Państwowa Galeria Sztuki in Sopot.