Wild Meadows of Door County
Kinga Vnuk's inspiration comes from everywhere. The beauty of simple things, whether be a piece of fruit, a toy, a flower bud... She is also inspired by the play of the light and shadow, the beauty of God's creation. Wild Meadows of Door County was created using pastels and reflects the spirt and energy of her subjects.
Framed: 17" x 13"
About the Artist
Kinga E. Vnuk is a fine artist, a member of Oil Painters of America, Pastel Society of America, League of Milwaukee Artist, and classically-trained musician successful recording artist.
She is self-taught in the world of visual arts and relies on her natural ability and intuition to translate her feelings into her paintings.
Kinga's inspiration is multidimensional in nature - a striking sunset, a beautiful birdsong, and the sweet smell of summer are among the influences that drive Kinga to pick up a brush and express herself.
Her signature use of color is prevalent in each of her works - all of which are created to capture your attention, draw you into the content, and leave you with the realization of a spectrum of chroma you may have not realized was present at first glance.
Specializing in oils, acrylics and pastels, Kinga's insight and imagination is expressed through a variety of methods, from precise brushstrokes to rich, juicy dabs of paint all presented in seemingly limitless medium, dimensions, and subject matter.
When not painting, signing, playing, composing, or arranging, Kinga can be found at home enjoying life with her beloved husband, children, and their cats.
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