Art is life, life is art
the everlasting unity of thoughts and existence

Alina Dorada-Krawczyk began her artistic activity in the 70-ties, graduated from the Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts in the 1977 in the studio of prof. I. Tchórzewski and prof. A. Rudziński.
For many years a member of Polish Artists Association and Skladnica Sztuki. Co- creator of many artistic events. Chairman of Polish Assosiation of Grafik Artists and Painters by the Assosiation of Polish Artists and Designers. Member of Association Internationale des Arts Plastiques/AIAP.We can admire her works in art galleries and museums all over the world. She joins roughness, decisiveness of her brush with smooth, foggy surfaces. Linear stains of paint fulfill the rest and depict space. Each picture is given philosophical analysis of colour, form and topics which then result in symbolism and materialism of works.
The artist follows the rule “art is life, life is art” the everlasting unity of thoughts and existence. The artist can be identified with contemporary art trend called ‘colour field painting’, where the colour plays the most important role. Artist’s main focus shifts towards revealig hue, an emotion carrier, on a large painting surface. Creative process is strictly controlled. Painter aimes at releasing huge potential of hue expression and therefore creating illusion of mass, motion and space. The superior idea is an emotional interaction. Never the less they still astonish, leaving the audience with feeling that nothing can be anticipated when it comes to the artist.
How to read her works?
She calls it taming the reality, showing human soul. She reflects diversity of experience and feelings. However not lasting they are, she prolonges their life. This is our civilization, hectic, short, difficult to be described. But the world is still ours, so she respects it as it is.
She doesn’t impose her viewpoint, she leaves us the space for free interpretation and contemplation, giving us only titles and the sensation of her works. She takes part not only in life but also in history of our sensitivity.