Emilia Dubicki, ‘The Blackish Pane’, 2016, FRED.GIAMPIETRO Gallery
Emilia Dubicki, ‘The Blackish Pane’, 2016, FRED.GIAMPIETRO Gallery

Artist website http://www.emiliadubicki.com
"My paintings are mostly abstract, but sometimes there are subtle, identifiable references to places or objects. The paintings are compilations of memories, emotions and visuals. I usually begin a piece with one or two colors in mind, visualizing a specific place and then this place often turns into another place or composite of several destinations as my memories rewind and fast forward. Where I was headed with the work is not necessarily where I end up. One vision blurs, retreats, drips and gives way to another. Shadows and light at different times of day, the atmosphere of a location that hangs on in the mind and spirit -- all of this goes into a painting. I look at my paintings and how they reference one another with their forms, structures, light and dark, and how, through abstraction, imagery from nature can be very much like imagery in a manmade landscape. Space and scale within the work also interests me. I hope to create paintings whose meanings and representations are very much open to interpretation." -Emilia Dubicki

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

Selected Bibliography
"New York Spaces" magazine, September 2016 cover image

"Violent Blues" out from Four Way Books Fall 2016, cover painting

"Art New England" review of Giampietro Gallery show, July/August 2016
"Traditional Home" magazine, November/December 2015

Sur la route, a novel by Cecilia Woloch features “This Bird” painting by Emilia Dubicki on cover, March 2015
Houzz, “14 Home Studios that Nurture Creativity and Art” 1/14/15; www.houzz.com
Introspective Magazine, the 1st dibs magazine, “A Home for the Holidays” 12/1/14; www.1stdibs.com
“Holiday House NYC 2104” www.frontdoor.com (HGTV); 12/14
Artefuse, “Featured Artist,” www.artefuse.com; 4/3/14
Tilted-Arc, “2013 A Look Back,” www.tilted-arc.com; 1/5/14
Mutantspace, www.mutantspace.com/emilia-dubicki-paintings-abstract-landscapes/ , 12/13/13
Tilted-Arc, Notebook, www.tilted-arc.com; 12/2/13
Gallery Travels, Seen Around Town; 11/30/13
Tilted-Arc, Backstory, www.tilted-arc.com; 10/17/13
Peripheral ARTeries magazine, interview, issue 5, May 2013
NYArtbeat.com, Emilia Dubicki “Coast Paintings” at Able Fine Art NY, May 2012
Connecticut Cottages&Garden, Holiday 2011
http://elizajohn.blogspot.com/2011/10/emilia-dubicki.html 10/17/11
FC Buzz, Arts and Culture of Fairfield County, “Abstract Principles” 9/21/11
Two Coats of Paint, 9/11/11
New York Times, Metropolitan section, 9/4/11
Royal Pains, USA Network T.V. series, paintings and artist in season three episode, summer 2011
Inquire, www.hlhix.com/inquire, featured artist, 6/9/11 & 6/13/11
WNPR, “The Faith Middleton Show” interview, 4/25/11
Connecticut Art Scene, “Questions of Scale” 4/11/11
New Haven Independent, “Seeing Double…” 4/7/11
New Haven Register, “Both Sides Now” 6/28/10
Connecticut Art Scene, “Two Fine Shows...,” 4/17/10
New Haven Advocate, “A Continuum of Gesture,” 1/6/10
New Haven Register, “Best of 2009,” 12/27/09
Big Red and Shiny, “Epiphanies Along Commercial Street,” 11/4/09
Connecticut Art Scene, “notes from open studios,” 10/05/09
New Haven Advocate, “Art to Come,” 9/17/09
New Haven Advocate, “Language Lessons,” 6/25/09
New Haven Advocate, “Abstract Principles,” 10/30/08
NY ARTS Magazine, “Transcendence,” 9/08

I-Park Foundation residency, East Haddam, CT; 2012
Vermont Studio Center residency grant recipient, 2004; 2005
Wurlitzer Foundation, Taos, N.M., residency grant recipient 2000, 2003

About Emilia Dubicki