Born in 1992 in Namysłów, Poland. A graduate of Eugeniusz Geppert Academy of Fine Arts in Wroclaw, Faculty of Interior Design and Designing. Graduated with honours in 2016, the degree project: an experimental design and artistic concept entitled Furniture as a result of an interdisciplinary creative process. In 2014, the laureate of the Award of the Minister of Culture and National Heritage, and in 2015 the winner of the Artistic Scholarship of the President of Wroclaw. Since 2013, has been running her own design studio KRY_, working in the field of interior design and furniture. Currently also a doctoral student at her alma mater.
Creation is for me a personal experiment, a search for the truth about myself. I am determined to push the boundaries and blur the lines between different disciplines of art. The creative process itself, and analysing factors influencing its course, are hugely important to me. For many years I have been observing the relationships between the fields I am involved in, such as painting, design, architecture and graphics, and how they interact. In painting, I follow my instinct. I like chance and coincidence, but either deliberately left in the work, or removed completely. Before I consider a canvas finished, it is often repainted, sometimes even a dozen times. Most of all, I appreciate interesting composition and colour. I experiment with textures, often using my own paint mixes or additional media such as grains, glue, papers, or films. My work is created in open cycles, which I often revisit and supplement with new paintings.