Elzbieta Krawecka is a Polish born artist who pursues international travel and world cultures to inspire her painting style.
She has mastered some of the old European painting techniques in combination with her own personal interpretation of the transient nature of light. She uses thick and opaque paint that is often applied with a palette knife, and then followed by translucent glazes of thinner washes. Her paintings often depict large areas and open spaces, such as skies and surfaces defined by pattern formations. She is also recognised by her ongoing series of door studies which show the timely resistance to change, but at the same time, like the skies, refer to a universal space of collective memory.