I am very pleased that you are here :-). My name is Kasia, I was born in 1977 in Nowy Dwór Gdański, in a city on the Tuga, in the central part of Żuławy Wiślane. In the years 1975–1998 the city belonged to the Elbląg Province. For 20 years I lived in my hometown of Elbląg, then I moved to the capital of Greater Poland, i.e. to beautiful Poznań, where I settled permanently. Most of you already know for sure that my signature at the bottom is my artistic nickname, which I use in my works :-).

          I am an artistic soul. Creating a new reality, a new form of communication or a new work of art is for me a unique space in which I can express my visions and use my imagination without limits. I like to paint pictures on canvas on practically any subject, but especially in the abstract, because it expresses my emotions and joy of life. I paint using many painting techniques and experiment on canvas with pleasure. I love to create something new, unpredictable and impossible to repeat. The works that are created are the result of the process of feeling and perceiving what is happening around me, both in my life and in nature. I am enchanted by the magic of nature and motivate me to transfer joy and the possibility of feeling beauty onto a canvas. I also draw inspiration for my works from the world around me, from music and poetry. The passion for painting, designing and creating was born in my childhood ... and it accompanies me to this day.

          I am proud of my family ties, with the great Polish poet Jan Kasprowicz (born December 12, 1860 - died August 1, 1926), a playwright, literary critic, translator and representative of the poetry of the Young Poland period. Marianna Kwasek (born June 2, 1887 - died February 9, 1962, from Kasprowicz family), who married my great-grandfather Michał Kwasek, was the sister of Jan Kasprowicz. For lovers of Jan Kasprowicz's poetry, I recommend beautiful places related to the life and work of the writer, such as the Museum of Jan Kasprowicz in Inowrocław and the Villa "Harenda" - the house of Jan Kasprowicz in Zakopane on Harenda, on the slopes of Gubałówka. The poet acquired it in 1923 from the English painter Winifred Cooper for the money he earned for translating Shakespeare. Currently, it houses the Kasprowicz biographical and literary museum.

        Thank you for staying here longer. I cordially invite you to my colorful world of imagination!


                                                                                   Kattie Daniel

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Acrylic Painting & Graphics

Acrylic Painting & Graphics