Małgorzata Jabłońska is a Polish artist best known for her textile, transparent images as well as delicate, embossed sculptures and masks which are made of bark and fabric. Since the beginning of her career, she has been striving to create a new technique that would revolutionise the way we perceive works of art. With her paintings without paint, she has certainly achieved this goal.  She invented her own technique: uses layers of delicate fabrics - silk, nylon, chiffon – enclosed between two glass sheets to create unique pieces of art. In 1995, she graduated from the faculty of painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw.  She experiments creating unpainted, transparent, but colorful by depicting images.

 

Paintings transparency allows her to change the exposure of the image and place it in free space. Spatial installations, sculptures and masks uses human figures, often the artist herself. 

 

Individual sculpture artworks are embossed on life-size castings, by using natural materials such as banana bark and natural textile materials silk, organza. It draws the viewer's attention that we all come from nature, we are an inseparable part of it. In addition, the natural weaves of the prepared bark are a symbol of the permeating human structure, as well as a simple weave in natural fabrics.