Magdalena Konior is a graduate of the Academy of Fine Arts Jan Matejko in Krakow. In 1999, I passed her thesis defend at the sculpture studio of Professor Jerzy Nowakowski. During her studies, she held a six-months scholarship in Bratislava and then Antwerp. After graduation she focused on
topics related to interior design. For several years, her passion for sculptural forms has returned. She began to discover ceramics. That what attracts her in a ceramic sculpture today is minimalism in form, search for perfect composition and texture. Color and texture are the complement of the desired effect. All this fun is accompanied by feelings of human faces, grimaces, glances. They are always in relationships, rarely lonely. They talk, look at each other, they sing.. Everyone will find in them something different, feelings that accompany us every day. Her works are created as a result of emotions, the mood of a moment. Each work is unique, created from the base. It never repeats. It may be similar, but never identical. The end result is often the result of an experiment, an accidental mistake that cannot be made a second time.
"I am constantly on the way. I'm looking for new materials, effects, techniques, methods and opportunities".
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It's hard to write two or three summary sentences about them all - they are as different as their creative personalities may differ, but they have one thing in common - they are incredibly devoted to their work. What they do is their passion, thanks to which the sculptures and figurines they create - or even utility objects - are truly unique. By clicking on any of the photos above, you can read a short biographical note on each and every one of them - but the best way to get to know them is to look at their work. Welcome!