Oxfordshire Artweeks: Weronika Belczewska
Each week, we introduce an artist exhibiting their work at The Mill Arts Centre for Oxfordshire Artweeks. Read on to discover more about your favourite local artists.
Art has always been close to Weronika Belczewska's heart; in the words of the late and great Albert Einstein “Imagination is more important than knowledge”. Her passion for art and all things beautiful was born through drawing and sketching with her father as a child in the mysterious forests of Rumia.
"In 2019 my life changed forever- inspiring me to take up the pencil and brush again and express my appreciation for the subtle beauty of this world– and this is how it started. Quickly, I was right back to childhood memories and the passion that had lain dormant in me for so many years was reignited. Over the past year, I have focused on expressing myself through mixed mediums and techniques and found a love of working with acrylics. Each moment in this life is a treasure and with a creative mind and open eyes, the awe-inspiring natural wonder of the English countryside is the perfect place to find your own passion. I hope that my work will inspire others to see the beauty in their lives and to stop, take a moment and appreciate it."
Weronika will be showcasing her work in acrylics on canvas, including Blue, Courage, Light, Passion and Royalty.
Oxfordshire Artweeks 2021at The Mill Arts Centre in Banbury runs from 3rd of May, with entry to the public from 17th May in line with government guidelines. Covid-19 procedures will be in place to keep everyone safe.