Boguslawa Czarnecka discovered the joy of painting at an early age. Her passion and creativity led her to share this joy with others through the creation of custom art. Although she is well-versed in a number of styles, Czarnecka’s artistic journey eventually brought her to the expressive and irrepressible world of abstract expressionism, a genre which has guided and shaped many of her art pieces at Color Coded Art, Inc. View some of her past work that she created below.
“Each period of a civilization creates an art that is specific in it and which we will never see reborn. To try and revive the principles of art of past centuries can lead only to the production of stillborn works.”
- Wassily Kandinsky
"The pleasure of painting came to me early and has led me to create art for others. I went through different stages, and all my experiences have taken me to abstract expressionism.
I work predominantly with oil on canvas. My favorite is an alla prima (wet-on-wet) technique. This is the best way to quickly capture my current state of mind. Line and color are two basic elements of my paintings. They can be compared to the skeleton and body, while the combination of both is the spiritualization of the image.
For me, art is more than the perception of beauty. My intuition takes over formulas and preconceptions. I intend to create an emotional experience, leaving the final interpretation to the viewer. However, a word, phrase, or some other information can be encrypted and incorporated into the painting by using juxtaposition of discrete colors to make it special for you.
The modern world is full of anxiety and indifference to evil, but I believe that this negative can be overcome by focusing on the positive and good. What inspires me to create is that the “beauty” portrayed in art frees us from these worldly problems."
Although she works with a variety of media, including watercolors and pastels, Czarnecka is best known for painting predominantly with oil on canvas. Specifically, Czarnecka prefers to utilize a wet-on-wet, or alla prima, a technique that allows her to work quickly, so she can more accurately capture her current state of mind.
The two key structural elements of Czarnecka’s work are line and color. Together, they essentially serve as the skeleton and the flesh of her work, each one complementing and relying on the other. As one, the two elements realize the full spiritualization of her work.
For Czarnecka, art is about more than just the perception of beauty. It’s about creating an emotional experience for the viewer, and because one can’t have an experience that’s “right” or “wrong,” she believes that interpretation of her work should completely be left up to those actually taking it in.
As an artist, she uses negative elements from the world around her to inspire her work. She believes these elements can only be overcome by focusing on the positive and the good, so she creates beauty that can free us from our worldly problems.