Polish painter Emilia Wilk was born in Wałcz County, Poland. She specializing in oil paint, began painting at the age of 6. Wilk’s work can be described as impressionistic realism. The woman figure has always been at the center of her work which she try to capture with a great atmosphere and light.
Education: Academy of Fine Arts in Gdańsk.
“For many years the center of my interest is Art. Even as a 6-year-old girl i paint canvas of my father. I remember my first painting was a copy of a man. I thought then, that painting is easy. Now I know that I was wrong. My work many times have led me to tears.
My real adventure with painting started when I got the album Ilya Repin. I studied it from A to Z. That’s when I saw the real soul in his eyes.
So I really wanted to paint. My tastes have since changed, but Ilya Repina images will always be very important to me. In my work the most important is what I think makes the picture interesting for me. I love this discontent, and the thought of never painting can not be beat. Painting has always beat creator. On their website the authors always inform schools, exhibitions, etc.
So I just do it. I always avoided the issue of their own work. A little discouraged about having their first collective exhibition in Warsaw, picture of the year 2001.
In addition to the issuance of work at the end of the semester in Fine Arts in Gdansk, not exhibited anywhere. But now I decided to change it”.