Marian Rumin

The art of Aneta Jażwińska

Aneta Jażwińska's art is traditional and classic in the sense that it is based on the fimdamental values of that branch of art which is concerned with colour, light and the interpretation of your perceived surroundings according to your own feelings and understanding. She is also a highly personal artist and differs greatly from numerous aspects of pure art. Not having any pretensions or temptations about the power of the new in modern art, her observations and perceptions take her through the depths of the phenomena, and the secrets, of naturę, both that which surrounds her as well as that which is entwined in her own creative process. Until nów, her work has been characterized by her humility to the surrounding beauty and her discretion to her own free creative naturę.

Looking at her work, we get a sense of density and, at the same time, perceptiveness, particularly in her portrayal of the subjects represented. This density is not only the strongly saturated broken tones of colour, but also the dense linear structure, the brushwood of the plants in the landscapes and, fmally, the zest in the emotional reading of not entirely happy human feelings placed in the world of the surrounding naturę, even if it is naturę at the stage of flowering (eg pictures with mallow). It would appear that this density is morę apparent at dusk, in Autumn, and not in the fuli light of day. Nostalgie images with foreground dominants, her works also combine a perceptive analysis of the detail of particular aspects of natural life with the synthetic environment, with a context, with the logie of the vicinity, with a sense of perspective and the artist's perception.
The paintings of Aneta Jażwińska arę a reminder of an almost forgotten thesis - that naturę is the teacher of a good artist. Connected with her talent and perceptive awareness, though, they arę providing the art world with invaluable results.

Marian Rumin