“I take Inspiration from what I see around me, but my personal thoughts are only the starting point and inspiration for the research on the man and his condition.”
Anna Wypych, based in Poland, paints realistic portraits in the traditional oil technique. Her art contains elements of hyperrealism, surrealism and pure imaginative. Characteristic of her are philosophical texts, which always complements her works. Artist concentrates on the human condition and her powerful women portraits show a variety of inner strength which can be found in people seen from the positive point of view.
Anna Wypych – winner of Purchase Award „14th International ARC Salon” Art Renewal Center. Her paintings are in permanent collections of: of the European Museum of Modern Art, Barcelona in Spain, and the National Museum in Gdansk, Poland. She presented her works at many juried exhibitions including: „BP Portrait Award 2014”, National Portrait Gallery, London; „Modportrait 2014, 2016 and 2018 Foundation Bantierra and IAACC Pablo Serano Zaragoza; and MEAM, Barcelona; 11th International 2014-2015 ARC Salon” the Salmagundi Club, New York, NYC, USA. Her works were published in such magazines like American Art Collector, PoetsArtists, Revista Ophelia, Fine Art Connoisseur Magazine, The Guide Artists, Klassik Magazine, Hyperrealism Magazine, Artysta i Sztuka. The Paintings of Anna Wypych are inncluded in prestigious collections such as The Bennett Collection, The Basil Alkazzi & Halima Nalecz Purchase Foundation , Marie Marek Pienkowski Foundation, Art Fundation of Ergo Hestia group. She has presented her work in galleries and museums in Europe and the USA. She lives and works in Gdynia, Poland.