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SELF PORTRAIT

My Story

Kinga E. Vnuk is a fine artist and classically trained musician. Her formal music education began at age four, with enrollment at major music schools throughout her academic career, ultimately graduating with a Master of Music Arts degree from the Academy of Music in Lodz, Poland. Music has always been an integral part of her life, stemming from a family of long and rich musical traditions.  

 

Kinga is a successful recording artist who composes, arranges, and performs her own original music. Specializing in piano, harp, guitar and recorder, she finds inspiration in folk music and historical poetry. Her music can be found on a variety of platforms, including YouTube, Spotify, Pandora Radio, and Amazon Music. 

Kinga is also a painter. Having a lifelong interest which had to be set aside to focus on her music, her exploration of visual arts began in 2019 and she has been steadily creating in multiple mediums since with oils, and soft pastels being her favorite. She is self-taught and relies on her natural ability and intuition to translate her feelings into her paintings.  

Being able to create in both music and visual arts enables her to emerge herself fully into the art that is within her. Kinga's songs and painting are often intertwined with each other, one complementing the other and offering a fuller understanding of their purpose. she is a juried member of the Pastel Society of America, and Oil Painters of America, and a member of League of Milwaukee Artists.

When not singing, playing, composing, arranging, or painting, Kinga can be found at home enjoying life with her beloved husband, children and their cats. 

Following recommendations from her peers Kinga began to apply to art shows in 2022, and has been juried-in to numerous exhibitions, including:

 

  • "From the Mountains to the Sea" NC Statewide 2022 Pastel Exhibition 

  • "Make Your Mark" PSSC 2022 International Juried Show

  • "Strokin' 9" CPP 2022 Biennial Open Juried Show

  • GLPS 2022 National Juried Exhibition



 

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