Paulina Mager Wroclaw Poland Artworks Catalogue 2018

January 4, 2018 by Laura Gomez


“the deer couple”
Artist: Paulina Mager
Wroclaw Poland

Realistic surrealism painting
Size: 50/70 cm
unframed

Price:$2.500

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“Smoking baboon”
Artist: Paulina Mager
Wroclaw Poland

Realistic surrealism painting
Size: 30/62cm
unframed

Price:$2.500

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” The goose”
Artist: Paulina Mager
Wroclaw Poland

Realistic surrealism painting
Size: 26/44 cm
unframed

Price: $2.500

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” The culture vulture”
Artist: Paulina Mager
Wroclaw Poland

Realistic surrealism painting
Size: 30/62cm
unframed

Price $2.500

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‘The Rabbit II’
Artist: Paulina Mager
Wroclaw Poland

Realistic surrealism painting
Size: 33/62 cm
unframed

Price:$2.500

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‘The Rabbit’
Artist: Paulina Mager
Wroclaw Poland

Realistic surrealism painting
Size: 30/62cm
unframed

Price:$2.500

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“Horse”
Artist: Paulina Mager
Wroclaw Poland

Realistic surrealism painting
Size: 40/60 cm
unframed

Price: $3000

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About Paulina Mager:

Realistic surrealism . Wroclaw Poland, Academy of Fine Arts, Wroclaw, Poland, Graphic Department.

Birthday: 12.07.1979
College: Academy of Fine Arts, Wroclaw, Poland, Graphic Department

“I appreciate the traditional, classic art represented by old masters, but also an ironic, intelligent art that creates a dialog both with the art world and the contemporary society”
Paulina Mager

What does “being creative” mean to you?

I guess it is a way of letting things come to your head (or go through) without judgement, censorship or evaluation. And maybe even more important: without high expectations. more or less like a free association or dreams, where the conscience is suppressed. But it has to be followed with hard work, consequence and perseverance.

What’s the best advice you ever had about how to be more creative? As I said above: free your mind, don’t force yourself but keep training your imagination, knowing that sometimes ideas come ‘Deus ex machina’, but you have to be ready and keep vigil to notice and embrace them.

What are you trying to communicate with your art? I’m trying to express and to evoke emotions and associations . I believe the message appears in the space between the artwork and the recipient, and may bring different meanings to different people. Just like a relationship. And it is very interesting to observe what other people see in the work.

What do you see as the strengths of your pieces, visually or conceptually? I ‘d like to think it’s technically good, evocative, and I really enjoy doing it. and last but not least there is always room for improvement.

What themes do you pursue? The themes appear during the process , they come spontaneously, then shape the final work. But it mainly is about human behavior, emotions, relations and roles.

What inspires you to work? Boredom?

Colour: graphite
Book: Slowness by Milan Kundera
Movie: Adam’s Apples by Anders Thomas Jensen
Food: I don’t really have one

Quote: “ There are people who have found peace and who lead beautiful and eternal lives, but their voices are quiet.” Derevo -Manifest

Can we talk a bit about your process at the beginning of a project? How do you conceive of it? How do you build it in your mind before you start?
There is no such thing as beginning .No Big Bang. We are all constantly influenced by things surrounding us, and sometimes even subconsciously borrow the ideas we feel familiar with. I don’t like to have a programme and It’s very difficult to do things you don’t like (and the liking changes). I also do not like to have expectations towards the project, that’s why also I’m not good at making commissions , because there is an expectation built in it that is intimidating and hampering the process. But at the same time there must be a structure if you want to do something, otherwise it’s just the stream of ideas that would never be verified. So there must be a compromise between the freedom and constraint. It is also during the process that more ideas and meanings come to your head but you have to make the first step, first choice and be consequent.

What role does the artist have in society? I don’t know if there is one..a famous quote by Oscar Wilde says: ‘All art is quite useless’ . But at the same time ,following my favorite writer Milan Kundera : if the world as it is, is a result of people making themselves useful, I prefer not to be one.

Do you suffer for your art? It surely consumes a lot of time, it can happen to be frustrating, it can isolate you from life, It can sometimes even replace life, and ther is a danger in it, but surely it also brings satisfaction and can be very rewarding, not only because it makes you shape your own, unique world, but also can lead to indirect communication with other people.

What famous artists have influenced you, and how? My professor Eugeniusz Get Stankiewicz, whom I’m most grateful for his openness, thinking outside of the box and erudition. Francis Bacon, Roger Ballen, Joel-Peter Witkin for making ugly poignant, evocative, truthful and humane, Martin Parr for his sense of observation and humour.

What other interests do you have outside of art? Long distance running, ethology, biology, hiking, literature

Colours: gray , black , brown

Textures: cracked paint

Describe your style: “Define yourself”… realistic surrealism

Who are the artist’s you admire the most?
If I may mention an artist not directly defined as visual : it surely would be Pina Bausch – for her strength and fragility at the same time, sensitivity , commitment and belief in the importance of what she did, even to the point of despair (‘Dance, dance, otherwise we are lost’) , immence impact of her art on emotions ,unlimited imagination, creativity, wisdom and the unique ability to name the most subtle emotions with movement.

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