Anna Didik is a Polish fine artist based in
Hampton. She is a graduate of Nicolas
Copernicus University in Poland, where she
studied conservation of paintings.
She currently works for a busy interior
design studio in London and creates her
own paintings in various media.
In her personal statement she says:
“Creating art has always been an important
part of my life. However, it was not until my
studies of painting conservation that I
discovered a large variety of old masters
techniques. I have used them ever since to
create my own paintings.
The main theme I explore in my painting is
inspired by nature. I love to capture its
fragments and present it in more abstract
form. My main goal is to capture the memory
of nature rather than its faithful
The most important elements in my art are
contrast, colour, composition and texture. I
use these structural elements to create an
atmosphere of harmony or tension in my
artwork. However, I try to balance this with
more intuitive mark and let unstructured
expression emerge through the process to.
For this reason, my paintings are not created
in an instant, but are the result of exploring
and searching. During that process I
constantly manipulate and transform the
sense of space.”
Anna Didik will be showing here as part of the Arthouse Open Studios.
Exhibition runs until Saturday 19th July.
Artist’s Website; www.annadidik.wix.com/annadidik