Viola Bąbol is an artist living in Poland. 
In the years 2008-2013 she studied painting 
at the Institute of Fine Arts of the Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin. 
She obtained a painting diploma titled "&757 Pokus" with distinction. 

 There are strong surrealist influences in my work. 
My passion is narrative paintings and portraits. 
My artistic world revolves around everyday life, fairy tales, experiences 
and emotions related to nostalgia. 
In portrait painting I shows the reflection of my soul.
 By combining reality with fantasy, I create autofiction.
 It is a story about female strength and sensitivity to the surrounding world.
 In my paintings, I focus on combining plant or geometric motifs
 with a woman's portrait, creating stories.
 I fill them with strong colors. 
Color and line are important to me, 
they determine the mood of the work, giving it expressiveness.
 For me, the priority is the impact of the work on the recipient.
 Portraits of women are surreal self-portraits of my personality. through 
which I gain the reality of my experiences.
 I paint what I see in the deepest layers of my consciousness,
 I express myself. 
The passing reality remains on the canvas and becomes a symbol.
 It's a form of inviting the viewer into my world.
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