"Free Clouds" is an artwork created by nature. It was discovered
when flying above Australia whilst living, breathing and looking at certain
moment of time. "Free Clouds" has been taken into possession
by an artist Gosia Wlodarczak. "Free Clouds " is a companion
one can take with whilst travelling through the actuality presented by
TV, Radio and newspapers.
All rights not reserved. Without limiting the rights under copyright,
all parts of this artwork may be reproduced, stored in, or introduced
into a retrieval system or transmitted, in any means electronic or mechanical.
It may be photocopied, recorded or otherwise used without the prior written
consent of the copyright owner.
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ABOUT THE ARTIST
Gosia Wlodarczak-Sarnecka was born in Poland
in 1959. She studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Poznan, faculty: Painting,
Printmaking and Sculpture, receiving her Master of Arts with Distinction
in 1984. Gosia's career as an artist spans 15 years from her first major
award in 1987 when her linocut triptych, "Scent", received the
graduation prize at the Young Polish Printmakers Awards in 1987. This
award led, in 1988, to a One Year Grant for Outstanding Young Artists
awarded by the President of Poznan. Since Gosia arrived in Perth (Australia)
in 1996, she has received a further 14 prizes or highly commendations
for her prints and drawings at exhibitions across Australia. She exhibits
her work at solo and group exhibitions across Australia and internationally.
Most recently she was the only Western Australian artist to be selected
for the inaugural Roche Contemporary Art Prize in Sydney. In April 2002
Gosia participated in the Free Art Biennial in New York.