Description: Large scale close-up paintings of flowers
Sylvia Sarzynska, a talented artist who’s been fascinated with oil painting for the past decade. Her subject matter is usually large-scale floral works in brilliant colors. She is motivated with such as she enjoys the process of creating shapes and movements of large flowers in vivid colors that seem to come alive on her canvas. Sarzynska was born in Nowa Sarzyna, Poland, and came to the U.S. in 1987. She had attended art school in Poland, then studied Fine Art and Graphic Design. Sarzynska considers herself to be a self-taught artists. “As a child, I always made cards for family occasions, and my grandmother would tell me how artistic I was,” she said. “I have always loved art; I’d love to one day have my own gallery.” In 2005, Sarzynska competed in a group exhibit at Andrews Memorial Town Hall in Clinton, through the Clinton Art Society, and was awarded the Wall Street Gallery Prize. In 2006, she held a solo exhibit at the Russell Library in Middletown. She won the “Best in Show”award in 2006 and 2007 in a group competition through the Art League of Newington. In 2017 she won 2nd place Juror Award at the Art Space in Hartford, CT 20th Aviversary party. Sarzyska continues to exhibit her work throughout Connecticut i.e., Lucy Robbins Welles Library in Newington and the Sphinx Shrine Annual Silent Auction through the Newington Chamber of Commerce. She is a member of the Art League of Newington and the Polish Society of Artists in New Britain. A true artist such as Sarzynska doesn’t have to think twice about what to paint. Painting is such an integral part of her – it surrounds and completes her. Sarzynska has a promising artistic future as she sets her goals to immerse herself even more into painting and exhibition.
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