mannequin in spanish orange, pencil on wood, 11 x 26 in
lyonnaise, oil and pencil on wood, 16 x 31 in
all mixed up, oil-graphite and acrylic on wood, 11 x 22 in
rabbit stew, oil and pencil on wood, 32 x 32 in
the republic, oil and pencil on wood, 31 41 in
ambassador of desert warfare, oil and graphite on wood, 26 x 26 in
maim wata of Trinidad and Tobago, oil and graphite on wood, 24.5 x 32 in
bull, oil and pencil on wood 32 x 35 in
Zofia Bogusz was born in Poland in the ’80s. She lives and works in New York City, where she received a degree from the School of Visual Arts. Zofia regularly exhibits her art, and enjoys doing freelance illustration.
Zofia paints women against bold and dramatic landscapes, in which natural elements such as water and sunlight color the dynamic between the individual and the external world. She strives to render the balance of effortless beauty and strength that exists within the female form. Zofia’s paintings are inspired by individual histories, memories, and experiences. Pop culture imagery also plays a crucial role in her work, creating a grounded sense of the everyday.
Zofia’s mediums of choice are oil paint, graphite, and colored pencils on hand-cut wood.