I paint mostly in the studio but the ideas come in large part from the New England coastline, especially Long Island Sound and the lower Cape, from the Florida Keys, and from the streets of New York City. Light, dark, nature, and structures are all part of my painting. In the stillness of looking at one of my paintings or drawings, I’d like viewers to feel a flow of energy in the work and to provide their own narratives.
For me, making art is about asking questions that perhaps have no immediate answers, questions that only lead to more questions and more art. The paintings and drawings reference and grow out of one another. I hope to create work with meanings and representations very much open to interpretation.
Emilia Dubicki is a Connecticut based artist, showing work nationally and internationally. She has received residencies from the I-Park Foundation, the Vermont Studio Center; and the Wurlitzer Foundation. She is represented by Able Fine Art, New York and Seoul; and by the Fred Giampietro Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut.
For more images and information, please visit www.emiliadubicki.com
Recent Paintings solos show at the Fred.Giampietro Gallery, New Haven, CT; summer 2016
Art Internazionale, group show, Matera, Italy May-June 2016
Holiday group shows, Fred.Giampietro Gallery, New Haven, CT; 2014, 2015, 2106
"Abstractionx2" East Gallery Norwalk Community College, Norwalk, CT 11/15-1/16
"Women Making their Mark" group show at
Susan Powell Fine Art , Madison, CT 9/15
Holiday House NYC, Academy Mansion, NY, NY 12/14
The Julie Heller Gallery, Provincetown, MA; solo show July 2014
Able Fine Art, NY, NY; solo show November 2013, 2012