Goszczynska's paintings depict a specific or invented place, or a certain experience of a place. Using colors, forms, and transparency of medium, manipulating them with memory and brushes, the images become “abstracted” landscapes. On a relatively small canvas, her goal is to create an intimate experience of a vast, expansive space so the viewer can be transported by their own imagination to places close to his/her memories.
Goszczynska started painting while still working as an architect. She have studied with many great artists and teachers, and her work has been on display in Boston, New York City, several private collections in the USA, Canada, and Europe.
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