On the Wave of Dreams


The works of Natalia Uryniuk are an interesting answer to important topics. The Polish artist has a recognizable style: most often uses strong, bright colors and a black line as a stroke. Lately, inspired by the works of French author Henri Matisse she started to use cut out shapes. Her works are intelligent, satirical and funny. Ideally they work as a pattern on textiles as well as a children’s book illustration. Natalia is very hardworking and stubborn. She can do hundreds of illustrations to choose the right one. Even if it's a simple drawing.

At the exhibition Natalia Uryniuk makes the sea depths much more fascinating. Her works showing the animals and the world they live in, inspire us. The viewers of the exhibition start to create free associations, which is very stimulating for their imagination. The aim of works of Natalia Uryniuk is to show us that it is important to stay open-minded, to explore the world, to be interested in sea animals, to care for all the creatures and to think ecologically.

Some of the works at the exhibition come from Natalia’s newest project: Balticarium. What is the project about? It is a world-first multilingual educational platform for learning about Baltic Sea animals. With the support of the Polish Ministry of Culture and National Heritage, and the honorary patronage of the Polish Ombudsman for Children, Balticarium aims to bring together art, culture and science surrounding the Baltic Sea environment and its animals in an engaging and meaningful way.



Organizers: Consulate General of the Republic of Poland in Guangzhou/EMGdotART    
Curator:  Miranda Sun
Opening Ceremony and VIP Preview : 24th May 2017 18:30
Exhibition Duration: 25th May-24th Jun 2017
Opening Hours: 9:00-18:00 Mon-Sat
Venue: EMGdotART, C5, Redtory, 128 Yuan Cun Si Heng Road, Tian He District, Guangzhou, China
www: http://www.emgdotart.net/