Exhibition of Jadwiga Hajdo's paintings at the MAG Gallery in Gdańsk
In cooperation with the amazing MAG Gallery in Gdańsk, we organized an exhibition of Jadwiga Hajdo's works. Our guiding principle was to raise people's vibration and bring the colours of happiness to their hearts.
Jadwiga Hajdo, the author of colourful abstractions, is often called the Artist of the Spirit. It is no coincidence that her work derives from what some call the soul. The essence of the creation process is spontaneity - being only here and now to fully release your inner power. A painter, she boldly and perfectly mixes colours, building a luminous and enlivening composition on the canvas.
Through her in-depth and fascinating observation of nature, Jadwiga pours her feelings onto the canvas, showing the intensity of the beauty of the whole range of colours of the world around us - from flower petals, through underwater depths, to rainbows that make the sky after rain. He has over 20 exhibitions in Poland and two abroad - in Italy and the Netherlands. In 2012, she took second place in the Power of Art Holiday Art Marathon. In 2019, she appeared in the "Polish Painting 2019" catalogue, and her works appear periodically in the "Esensja" Popular Culture Magazine. If you look closely at its abstractions, you will see something more than the background behind the dots. Her works are a combination of intuition and awareness. The results- pure joy!
So paint your world… THE COLORS OF HAPPINESS
Jadwiga Hajdo, the author of colourful abstractions, is often called the Artist of the Spirit. It is no coincidence that her work derives from what some call the soul. The essence of the creation process is spontaneity - being only here and now to fully release your inner, infinite power. (Un)Ordinary surrender to the present moment.
This is how images emanating vivid colours and magical energy are created, giving colour to our reality. For many, they are specific portals to the heart space, where there are endless layers of true happiness and love. They are the perfect tool for pointing the way to our inner beauty, which we can later transfer to the outside world. While seeing the colours in oneself, the whole world begins to take on a wonderful colour.
"So come on, paint your life,
Let your world blush,
Let it shine for you in the full sun,
Colors of the whole earth."
For our plans to raise the vibration to work out, we came up with the idea of stimulating other senses.
Our sense of smell was taken care of by Boskotherapy, a mixture of essential oils consisting of wild orange, patchouli and cedar wood, specially selected to complement Hajdo's abstract works.
Julia Hippe took care of the auditory sensations with her Rav drum mix, creating vibrating music. Photographer Krzysztof Nowosielski documented the who