“Zofia Błażko is one of the most interesting Polish painters of the young generation. Her precise brushwork and the entrancing lightness of contrast in her portraits captivate the viewer and bring the vibrant Art Deco style to mind.” Aleksandra Adamska
One of the most interesting painters of the young generation, referes in her work to the Art Deco style. A graduate of the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdańsk in the field of Painting, first-cycle studies in the field of Photography and post-graduate studies in the field of “Art therapy” at the Medical Academy in Gdańsk.
After graduating, fascinated by the life and work of French painters, she leaves for Paris, where she works in the prestigious Chez Robert studio, Électron Libre. Appreciated for her diligence and artistic craftsmanship, as the first Polish woman in history, she is able to design and implement the decoration of the six-story facade of the building, which is the artistic cradle of contemporary Paris, on 59 rue de Rivoli.
Looking for new inspirations, in 2015 the artist goes to an artistic residence, first to the capital of Senegal – Dakar, then to the Shangyuan Art Museum in Beijing, and in 2018 to St. Petersburg Art Residency in the Russian Federation.
Despite her young age, she has already had several exhibitions, both in Poland and abroad – London, St. Petersburg, Tirana, Dakar, Beijing.