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Ewelina Skowronska is a Polish visual artist living and working in Tokyo. Skowronska's practice weaves together various mediums, including painting, printmaking, dyeing, drawing, and working with clay. The overarching theme of her recent works is an inquiry into how we can re-establish a connection to the intangible and invisible aspects of our surroundings, thereby acknowledging our dependence on nature and shedding the anthropocentric perspective. Through the investigation of the potential of natural plant dyes, as well as their historical, herbal, and magical properties,

She graduated with distinction from University of the Arts London in 2015, and has exhibited in London, Ireland, USA, Canada and Tokyo. In 2017 she got awarded with Print Prize by ST Bridge Foundation, her prints are in the collection of VA Museum London, she was shortlisted for RA Summer. 

Ewelina is co-founder of the ONA project room - an initiative that aims to support female artists based in Japan through a series of pop up style exhibitions. 

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