Regrettably, Elaine Kazimierczuk's large solo exhibition 'Fresh Work' planned to be shown throughout May at The North Wall Gallery, Summertown, will not happen this year. The 7 metre long panoramic work made to take advantage of the gallery's wonderful light and airy space, will have to wait for another day. There are many other pieces in the 'Fresh Work' collection, of a less ambitious scale, so you don't need vast walls to accommodate them, you'll be pleased to hear, and there are even a few miniature pieces that don't need any wall space at all ... There is a virtual exhibition catalogue of the collection on Elaine's website www.elainekazimierczuk.com. Elaine is currently working with The North Wall to create digital content including blogs, podcasts and videos. The North Wall Gallery was very keen to reschedule a show for May 2021 and Elaine was very happy to agree to this, so, watch this space!
The publication 'Fresh Work', which was to be launched to coincide with the exhibition has been held back for the time being. A proportion of the proceeds of this book had been earmarked for the charity 'Plantlife' and Elaine is currently in discussion with them about an alternative promotion. Several of the pieces in the 'Fresh Work' collection are paintings inspired by landscapes managed by Plantlife and some of the proceeds from sales of these pieces have been pledged to the charity.
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Elaine Kazimierczuk chooses the natural world as an important focus for her painting, especially more intimate settings such as familiar meadows, hedgerows, orchards and gardens, generally favouring localities around Oxford. Her landscape paintings, though semi-abstract, are personal accounts of what she sees, based on a vocabulary of non-figurative shapes and gestures. Her aim is to represent the natural environment with its intricate assembly of wild beauty. The scale of her canvases varies from intimate post-card sized studies that can sit on a bookshelf to very large pieces to fill large rooms and business premises.
Please use the contact page on my website www.elainekazimierczuk.com