Dominika Zurawska (DOM)
Born in Poland in 1982, Dominika Zurawska was driven to draw and to create from the very beginning. She has said that as a young child she would use her fingers to draw patterns in the snow, in the sand or even on misty windows. She was destined to become an artists and attended the PLSP High School of Art in Bydgoszcz before studying at the Academy of Fine Arts in Poznan.
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Award Winning Artist - Worldwide Exhibitions
Dominikas first solo exhibition took place in 2002 and every painting sold out on the opening night. Further exhibitions followed which were also sell-outs. Her paintings found their way into private collections in the UK, Germany, Greece and Norway. Dominika Zurawska is an award winning artist who now lives and works in the UK and paints under the moniker D.O.M. Her exhibitions across the world continue to impress and she is one of the most talked about artists working in Britain today.
Bold & Expressive Paintings
When painting, Dominika has a dynamic and expressive approach and transfers her physical and mental state straight onto the canvas. Bold and contrasting colours and vibrant brush strokes bring energy, emotion and excitement to her work. Her paintings certainly command attention and can stop people in their tracks.
Dominika Zurawska uses art to explore the nature of women and attempts to capture their complexity, passion and power. She believes that "To be one woman, you must be every woman" and her striking compositions highlight the diverse cultures and physical beauty of her subjects.
Impressive DOM Original Art
At the Enid Hutt Gallery we are proud to be able to bring you a stunning collection of Dominika Zurawska original oil on canvas paintings. These outstanding works are certain to attract the attention of collectors so dont miss this incredible opportunity to invest in an artist whose reputation is really gathering momentum. Dominika Zurawskas bold and instantly recognisable work would grace any collection of contemporary art.