Ewa Tarsia, Available Artwork

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With a Reputation for Mystery- 2
Ewa Tarsia
Mixed Media (24x60 in) 2015
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With a Reputation for Mystery- 1
Ewa Tarsia
Mixed Media (24x60 in) 2015
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In the Natural World of My Forest
Ewa Tarsia
Mixed Media (48x24 in) 2012
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Interactive Communication...
Ewa Tarsia
Mixed Media (30x24 in) 2016
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Consciousness Enhancing Technology- 1
Ewa Tarsia
Mixed Media (36x24 in) 2016
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Consciousness Enhancing Technology- 2
Ewa Tarsia
Mixed Media (36x24 in) 2016
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Dimming, Warming, Trivial Complaints- 4
Ewa Tarsia
Mixed Media (22x22 in) 2008
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A Walk Between the Snowflakes
Ewa Tarsia
Mixed Media (24x24 in) 2016
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Waiting for the Sun to Come Up 2
Ewa Tarsia
Mixed Media (24x24 in) 2016
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Arctic Garden
Ewa Tarsia
Mixed Media (48x48 in) 2012
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Redesigning the Idea of Design
Ewa Tarsia
Mixed Media (40x40 in) 2007
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Fancy Garden of Poppies- 2
Ewa Tarsia
Mixed Media (30x30 in) 2013
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Is it Evolving Knowledge of Reality?
Ewa Tarsia
Mixed Media (30x30 in) 2014
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It is All About our Supply of Light- 4
Ewa Tarsia
Mixed Media (30x30 in) 2014
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It is All About our Supply of Light- 2
Ewa Tarsia
Mixed Media (30x30 in) 2014
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Surprising Microbiology
Ewa Tarsia
Mixed Media (21.5x21.5 in) 2006
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Ewa Tarsia

RCA

Ewa Tarsia graduated from the School of Fine Art in Gdansk, Poland in 1979. After relocating to Winnipeg in 1991, Ewa earned a diploma with honors in Advertising Art and Computer Graphics and began working as a graphic designer until 2000, laying the foundation for her visual arts career. During this time and since then, Tarsia has produced work for numerous group exhibitions in Winnipeg, New York and Poland.

Her artistic process involves multiple mediums including paint, plexiglass, printmaking, turf and landscape features, offering a unique sense of texture to her work and reflecting her graphic design origins. Her ongoing body of work documents passionate explorations into human co-existence with the natural environment and the transience of time and dimension, lending a spiritual level to her aesthetic. Tarsia’s work has been widely exhibited and has received international recognition. In 2007, Tarsia was inducted into the Royal Canadian Academy of Arts. Her most recent solo show entitled “Absolute Dot” was held at the North Dakota Museum of Art in 2009. Her work is held in numerous private and public national and international collections.

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The Garden of Ewa Tarsia - A Work of Art
An article by Arvel Grey about Ewa Tarsia’s Garden. Photos by Susan Morgan