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We are passionate about Fine Art. Founded in 1994, Galeria Aniela pioneer showing fine art outside the metropolitan area, for public display and acquisition. Challenging the status quo from its inception won the trust of some of the most important artists from post WWII until today. We coup the front page of the Sydney Morning Herald and built a reputation in Australia and the wide World. Recognizing the importance of the buyer confidence in securing artworks of impeccable provenance we offer an opportunity to purchase museum-quality original art, shipping Worldwide. Exhibiting Arthur Boyd, Charles Blackman, John Perceval, Jamie Boyd, Mrs. Bennett, John Olsen, Lenore Boyd, Nancy Ross, Ningura Napurrula, Minnie Pwerle, Lily Kelly Napangardi, Garry Shead and many more, we won the major Australian media such as the ABC TV Australian National News | Boyd Video, ABC TV Sunday Afternoon | Video, ABC TV Australian National News |Perceval Video, SBS National TV Charles Blackman Video.  q Exhibitions q Videos

Kinga Rypinska B.1960 artist

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Kinga Rypinska work express a cheerful enjoyment of life, an exultation of spirit and exuberant delight. The Artist offers the viewer "Joie De Vivre" the state-of-the-art World of Wonder and fun, amusement, wonder and infinite probabilities with everlasting promises. Kinga Rypinska  paintings take the viewer to A Whole New World, the Secret World of Magic and Wonder, boundless enjoyment and infinite possibilities.  Rypinska work has the universal appeal and is represented around the world.

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Artist: Kinga Rypinska
Title: Music in The Rain
Medium: Synthetic polymer paint on Canvas
Dimensions: 103 cm x 76 cm
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Artist: Kinga Rypinska
Title: Australia Day
Medium: Synthetic polymer paint on Canvas
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Artist: Kinga Rypinska
Title: Blue Cat
Medium: Synthetic polymer paint on Canvas
Dimensions: 76 cm x 60 cm
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Artist: Kinga Rypinska
Title: Black Cat
Medium: Synthetic polymer paint on Canvas
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Artist: Kinga Rypinska
Title: Busy Morning
Medium: Synthetic polymer paint on Canvas
Dimensions: 103 cm x 76 cm
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Artist: Kinga Rypinska
Title: Feathers Talks
Medium: Synthetic polymer paint on Canvas
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Artist: Kinga Rypinska
Title: The Secret Garden
Medium: Synthetic polymer paint on Canvas
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Artist: Kinga Rypinska
Title: After the Rain
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Artist: Kinga Rypinska
Title: Spring Bubbles
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Title: Magic Ball
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Artist: Kinga Rypinska
Title: Seafood Party
Medium: Synthetic polymer paint on Canvas
Dimensions: 60 cm x 90 cm
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Artist: Kinga Rypinska
Title: Colibri Bird with Flower

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Artist: Kinga Rypinska
Title: Stargazing Rally
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Artist: Kinga Rypinska
Title: Debate on The Wire
Medium: Synthetic polymer paint on Canvas
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Title: Five O'clock Tea Time
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Kinga Rypinska
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Kinga Rypinska as an establish Australian artist who continues the creative tradition of her family. Kinga father is a violinist and her mother an art historian.

Kinga claims that instrumental to her career was the support and encouragement she received from Wladyslaw Hasior (1928-1999). Hasior was an outstanding Polish avant-garde artist and for many years he was her friend and mentor.

Since Kinga Moved to Australia in 1993 she continues to paint on glass (technique she learned in Poland) but also Kinga developed interest in painting on canvas.

Kinga also uses an ancient technique painting 'Painting on Glass'. This time consuming technique originated in Europe since the Middle Ages.

Europeans were leaders in enhancing the techniques and the designs.  Rypinska's technique 'painting Painting on glass' comes from Zakopane South of Poland where her family come from.

Kinga creates unique, exquisite works of art which takes a viewer to a world of magic. Her beautiful paintings mesmerize and allure the viewer into fascinating to an imaginary world of enjoyment.

Kinga takes the viewer to the place of happiness and charm. Her work is full of details and she continues her paintings on the frame, applying a lot of gold and silver glazing. Kinga Rypinska work has universal appeal and is represented in Australia and around the world.

 

Kinga Rypinska work express 'Joy of living' a cheerful enjoyment of life, an exultation of spirit and exuberant delight. The Artist offers the viewer "Joie De Vivre" the state-of-the-art World of Wonder and fun, amusement, wonder and infinite probabilities with everlasting promises.

 Kinga Rypinska  paintings take the viewer to A Whole New World, the Secret World of Magic and Wonder, boundless enjoyment and infinite possibilities.  Rypinska work has the universal appeal and is represented around the world.

“I am totally taken by possibility and technique which canvas painting offers. It gives me plenty of “freedom” to express my fantasy blended into surrounding world”

Aladdin: I can show you the world
Shining, shimmering, splendid
Tell me, princess, now when did
You last let your heart decide?1

Aladdin: I can open your eyes
Take you wonder by wonder
Over, sideways and under
On a magic carpet ride

Aladdin: A whole new world
A new fantastic point of view
No one to tell us no or where to go
Or say we're only dreaming.

With new horizons to pursue." This means there are so many places to go explore. That you need to find out what's out there.

Princess Jasmine: A Whole New World
A dazzling place I never knew
But when I'm way up here, it's crystal clear
That now I'm in a whole new world with you
Aladdin: (Now I'm in a whole new world with you)
Princess Jasmine: Unbelievable sights
Indescribable feelings
Soaring, tumbling, freewheeling
Through an endless diamond sky1

Princess Jasmine: A whole new world
Aladdin: (Don't you dare close your eyes)
Princess Jasmine: A hundred thousand things to see
Aladdin: (Hold your breath, it gets better)

Princess Jasmine: I'm like a shooting star
I've come so far
I can't go back
To where I used to be

Aladdin: A whole new world
Princess Jasmine: Every turn a surprise

Aladdin: With new horizons to pursue
Princess Jasmine: Every moment red letter
Both: I'll chase them anywhere
There's time to spare
Let me share this whole new world with you

Aladdin: A whole new world
Princess Jasmine: A whole new world
Aladdin: That's where we'll be
Princess Jasmine: That's where we'll be
Aladdin: A thrilling chase
Princess Jasmine: A wondrous place
Both: For you and me. Read more:
Aladdin - A Whole New World Lyrics | MetroLyrics

 

AWARDS Travelling Scholarship

1990 Prince’s Trust and the Royal Jubilee Trust, London UK

The Burswood Art Award 1998

 

Major Solo Exhibitions

1987 The Henry Sienkiewicz Museum, Poznan Poland,

1987 Anna Karenski Gallery, Poznan Poland

1988 Chrzypsko Wielkie, Poland,

1988 Orle Gniazdo Gallery, Poznan Poland

1989 Anna Karenski Gallery, Poznan Poland

1990 Rekawka Gallery, Krakow Poland,

1990 Wladyslaw Hasior Gallery, Zakopane Poland

1990 Foyer of National Theatre, London UK

1991 Foyer of Baltycki Theatre, Koszalin Poland

1992 Foyer of Solski Theatre, Tarnow Poland,

1992 Park Hotel Gallery, Poznan Poland

1993 Pinocchio’s Restaurant, Canberra Australia

1994 Reflections Gallery, Canberra Australia

1995 Reflections Gallery, Canberra Australia

2002 Open Workshop Exhibition, Melbourne Australia,

2002 Flux Gallery, Melbourne Australia

2003 Private Exhibition at German Counsellor’s House, Melbourne

2005 Around Clocks Gallery, Melbourne Australia

2007 Hann Made Studio, Melbourne Australia

Group Exhibitions:

1987 Exhibition of Polish Artists, Amsterdam Holland

1994 “Song of a Distant Land” ANZ Bank Gallery, Melbourne Australia

1994-1998 Art Shows, Perth, Canberra, Sydney Australia

1996 A.R.T Gallery, Sydney Australia

1998 Jackman Gallery, Melbourne Australia

1999-2001 “Roses and Earth” Travelling Exhibition around Australia

2009/20010 Mt. Eliza School Art Exhibition, Melbourne Australia

 

Commissions:

1990 “Poland” for Arthur Anderson & Co, Warsaw Poland

“Warsaw” for Arthur Anderson & CO, Warsaw Poland

1993 “Tall city” for Myer House, Melbourne Australia

1994 “Canterbury Road” for Precious Metals, Melbourne Australia

1995 “Carousel” for Immigration Department, Melbourne Australia

Plus many numerous commissions for private art collections in Poland, US, UK,

France, Japan, Holland, Hong Kong, China, Indonesia

 

Publicity Reviews:

1991 “Live Gallery” Polish Television, Poland

1994 Interview ABC Radio, Melbourne Australia

Plus numerous articles in newspapers and magazines

 

Painting on Glass

Painting on glass in Europe, has been known since the Middle Ages. Europeans were leaders in enhancing the techniques and designs. From Europe the art of glass painting was brought to China then India.

Kinga Rypinska also creates paintings on Glass,  using an ancient technique of reverse painting. This time consuming technique originated in Europe since the Middle Ages. Europeans were leaders in enhancing the techniques and the designs.  Kinga Rypinska technique 'painting Oil on glass' originated in Zakopane, South of Poland.

Recently this style of painting (on glass) is gaining fame in its depiction of Hindu deities, especially in Southern India. These invariably involve a large amount of gold paint and colours, like red and green, for the gem stones adorning the deities. The most prominent step in this style of painting is that the gem stones on the different pieces of jewelries are painted first and then coated with gold to provide the jewelry effect. Acrylic paint is the commonly used painting medium and these involve very thin brushes and minute workmanship. This style of painting could rival the traditional Tanjore painting in the coming years with its stylish appeal and much lesser costs in the near future.

Reverse painting on glass is an art form consisting of applying paint to a piece of glass and then viewing the image by turning the glass over and looking through the glass at the image. Another term used to refer to the art of cold painting and gilding on the back of glass is verre églomisé, named after the French decorator Jean-Baptiste Glomy (1711–86), who framed prints using glass that had been reverse-painted. In German it is known as Hinterglasmalerei. This art form has been around for many years. It was widely used for sacral paintings since Middle Ages. The most famous was the art of icons in the Byzantine Empire. Later the painting on glass spread to Italy where in Venice it influenced its Renaissance art. Since the middle of the 18th century, painting on glass became favored by the Church and the nobility throughout Central Europe. A number of clock faces were created using this technique in the early-to-mid-19th century. Throughout the 19th century painting on glass was widely popular as folk art in Austria, Bavaria, Moravia, Bohemia and Slovakia.

About the technique Painting on Glass

It is the type of painting where the image appears on the other side of the glass. Painted happens mostly with oil paints using a brush pen and tempera paints were used usually by folk artists. Professor John Hopliński established the following names of techniques performed on the glass:

  • Witrochromia - first painted all the details (eg, contours) then glaze it, the light at the end of opaque and dark areas in the background.

  • Howitrochromia - the whole window is covered with white or colour mortar with oil paint using tupkowanie. After drying, the painting is done by drawing, scraping and elimination. It is then covered with number of coating of another colour.

  • Foliochromia - the glaze stick to the picture painted as a background of silver or metal flakes.

  • Folioryt - varnish and lacquer or the protein that sticks to the glass gilding. After drying scraping the drawing, corresponding to several colours of paint.

Glass paintings were introduced in India in the late 18th and early 19th century but it was already quite popular in Europe. In fact Europe had known the glass painting techniques and designs since the Middle Ages. From Europe the art of glass painting was brought to China. The flourishing trade relations between East India Company and China brought glass painting art to India. Indian glass painters combined both traditional and European themes. The reproduction of European works as well as the symbolic depiction of Indian gods and goddesses was produced. Till today, in some parts of India especially in Gujarat and South India, glass paintings are produced carrying images from both popular and folk art traditions.

Ethnic paintings have a fascinating collection of glass painting. Their themes vary from European to Indian religious, folk or innovative images. Executed brilliantly on fine quality glass are these colourful and vibrant paintings. These beautiful glass paintings are available in bulk (minimum 5 paintings) at an attractive discounted price.
Credits: http://www.ethnicpaintings.com/painting-trivia/glass-paintings-in-india.html

The art of glass painting appeared in India in the late 18th and early 19th century. Europe was well acquainted with the glass painting technique from the Middle Ages. The Chinese artists learnt the art from Europe and produced the creation on the 'back of the material' with the details and shadows first and the large areas of colour later. These productions were mainly for the export market of Europe. The flourishing trade relations between East India Company and China brought this art to India. The Chinese artists patronized by the royalty at Mysore, Satara, and Kutch also contributed to the body of work.

The glass was imported in India from Britain and Belgium though India herself had a rich tradition of producing glass till the 16th century. However, the art became inferior in course of time. The artists produced works, which combined both traditional and European themes. The portraits or copies of European works as well as the symbolic representation of gods and goddesses were produced. Till today, in some parts of India especially in Gujarat and South India glass paintings are still produced carrying the both popular and folk art traditions. Credits: http://www.ethnicpaintings.com/indian_painting_styles/glass/

To appreciate this ancient and challenging technique "painting on glass" we recommend the following reading:

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