Shapes dressed in feelings, feelings dressed in shapes – these are reflective expressions that characterize the work of Natalia Joanna Bieganska. Since childhood, Natalia’s infatuation with creating something out of nothing captivated her attention more than any other subject, eventually leading to a degree from the Academy of Fine Arts in Lodz. Her dual success in fashion and the creative arts that soon followed afforded Natalia the experience to live and work in over 20 countries, allowing this broad and ever changing life perspective to mold her artistic output and development.

Recently moving back to Poland, Natalia’s works have increasingly adopted a feminist undertone and placed a focus on the woman’s body – making a bold statement against the ruling party’s efforts to strip away women’s rights and freedom of choice.

Bieganska’s latest technique uses ink and acrylic or oil paint on linen. Her works are often abstractions of human embodiment, landscapes or visual interpretations of her favorite poetry and literature. And it is through these most cherished literary works that Bieganska finds one of the ultimate sources of inspiration – a way to peel back this mastery of prose and translate these intimately experienced emotions through her work.

She counts Matisse, Miró, Picabia, O’Keeffe, Kandinsky, Strzeminski and Hollowell as her main influences. Natalia lives life as a self proclaimed vagabond, and it is in these moments of freely traveling through the world and life that she is at her creative best.

Natalia JONA, 2020 (particular), 2020
Acrylic paint and ink on linen canvas, 130 x 200 cm

Natalia JONA, 2020 (particular), 2020
Acrylic paint and ink on linen canvas, 130 x 200 cm

Shapes dressed in feelings, feelings dressed in shapes – these are reflective expressions that characterize the work of Natalia Joanna Bieganska. Since childhood, Natalia’s infatuation with creating something out of nothing captivated her attention more than any other subject, eventually leading to a degree from the Academy of Fine Arts in Lodz. Her dual success in fashion and the creative arts that soon followed afforded Natalia the experience to live and work in over 20 countries, allowing this broad and ever changing life perspective to mold her artistic output and development.

Recently moving back to Poland, Natalia’s works have increasingly adopted a feminist undertone and placed a focus on the woman’s body – making a bold statement against the ruling party’s efforts to strip away women’s rights and freedom of choice.

Bieganska’s latest technique uses ink and acrylic or oil paint on linen. Her works are often abstractions of human embodiment, landscapes or visual interpretations of her favorite poetry and literature. And it is through these most cherished literary works that Bieganska finds one of the ultimate sources of inspiration – a way to peel back this mastery of prose and translate these intimately experienced emotions through her work.

She counts Matisse, Miró, Picabia, O’Keeffe, Kandinsky, Strzeminski and Hollowell as her main influences. Natalia lives life as a self proclaimed vagabond, and it is in these moments of freely traveling through the world and life that she is at her creative best.

natalia jona Works

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Natalia Jona, P1, 2020

Natalia JONA

P1, 2020

Mixed media on linen

29 x 39 cm

Natalia Jona, When The Stars Align, 2022

Natalia JONA

When The Stars Align, 2022

Mixed media on linen

70 x 70 cm

Natalia Jona, The Curious Case of an Orange Dot, 2021

Natalia JONA

The Curious Case of an Orange Dot, 2021

Mixed media on linen

30 x 65 cm

Natalia Jona, Who Thought Up The Human Body, 2021

Natalia JONA

Who Thought Up The Human Body, and Consequently, Who Holds Its Eternal ©?, 2021

Mixed media on linen

50 x 68 cm

Natalia Jona, 2020, 2020

Natalia JONA

2020, 2020

Mixed media on linen

130 x 200 cm

Natalia Jona, Year of the Ox, 2021

Natalia JONA

Year of the Ox, 2021

Mixed media on linen

90 x 65 cm

Natalia Jona, I Hurt Luke the Truth, 2021

Natalia JONA

I Hurt Luke the Truth, 2021

Mixed media on linen

32 x 22 cm

Natalia Jona, The Curious Case of an Orange Dot (Study II), 2021

Natalia JONA

The Curious Case of an Orange Dot (Study II), 2021

Mixed media on linen

30 x 65 cm

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