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"Krystyna Suchwallo .She was born in Vilnius at 1958.From 1959 she is living in Poland. Studied-State Academy of Fine Arts in Gdansk. Graduation with honours in1986 from Prof. Sramkiewicz’s class. She has many exhibitions in Poland ,Sweden, Germany and Austria. Works in many private collections in Germany, Holland, Japan, Poland Sweden and USA. “Kry"

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Structural garden

Garden

The clouds

Garden with mirror of water

Baltic

The cloud on the sky

Cascade

The cherry blossom

Bride

Portugal

Israel

Flaming red forest

Magnolias

Carpet

Golden rain-Laburnum

Wisteria

Peonies

Rhododendrons

Apple-tree and lilac

Roses in garden

Foxgloves 2

Foxgloves

Forest

Trzmielina

Roses



 

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Krystyna  Suchwallo .She was born in Vilnius at 1958.From 1959 she is living in Poland. Studied-State Academy of Fine Arts in Gdansk. Graduation with honours in1986 from Prof. Sramkiewicz’s class. She has many exhibitions in Poland ,Sweden, Germany and   Austria. Works in many private collections in Germany, Holland, Japan, Poland Sweden and USA.   “Krystyna Suchwallo, one of the outstanding Polish landscape painters, studied painting at the Fine Arts Academy of Gdansk under the eminent artist-Professor Kazimierz  Sramkiewicz. She is of Lithuanian descent: thirty generations of her family have always held in the highest regard the memory of their legendary ancestor-Prince Gedymin who lived as early as in the pagan times of Middle Ages. As befits a descendant of the family who once ruled the Great Princedom of Lithuania, she is a neoconservative. Her painting reflect a noble search for the beauty of natural and idyllic paradise. It is the world with could be seen during a magic, subcelestial  flight. The most beautiful spaces open up like a dream before our eyes. We admire what human beings have always admired: Our Earth. We look at wild shores of the sea, steep rocks full of pathos and sublimeness, clouds  witch haven’t been painted by anybody before.  The artist’s virtuosity, her perfect technique and her sensitive eyes of a master recall the best tradition of both the French and English landscape paintings. Like Corot, Turner, she reacts to atmospheric phenomenons rather than architecture of landscape .Her fogs, dawns and twilights, her southern seas and northern fiords are the true poem woven from joy and nostalgia, power and weakness, pathos and pensiveness. Her pictures aren’t common landscapes. Her mountains are also beautiful sculptures and her oceans are impressive displays of firework, of sparkles and glitters, of sudden strokes of the brush illuminating like flashes.   To the artist painting is everything. First of all it’s a mysterious ritual, during which she discovers like Theseus the secrets of Labyrinth. At the time of painting, listenig to the music without melody and rhythm, she put herself in an odd trans. She becomes her own medium. The painting space draws her into its interior. She stands on the thresholds of her pictures and then-like Bulhakow’s heroine passionately depicted in his “Master and Margarita”-she starts her flight to the lands of eternal beauty.  It happened also to me: while looking at her pictures I got an irresistible feeling that I heard a sough of gentle breeze and smelled a sandy soil warmed by the sun .”Gdansk 27th February 1989 Professor Czeslaw Tumielewicz
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Hello, your artworks are very interesting and contemporary, All the best, greetings, Ljiljana Lazicic-Putnik,Pula/Croatia PS.On The Saatchi-gallery,too
(Ljiljana Lazicic-Putnik, 7 December 2007)
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I like the work. I tried chatting on the saatchi site but it does not always work. Very nice, Alan M.
(Alan Montgomery, 21 December 2006)






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