Anna Kruhelska, a talented visual artist and practicing architect from Lodz, Poland, merges her expertise in both fields to create captivating artworks. With a background in major architectural projects across Russia, Malaysia, and the UK, Kruhelska's deep understanding of form, symmetry, and space informs her contemporary art practice.
This 35-inch in diameter by 9-inch deep wooden wall relief is made of colorful slices of plywood that are delicately cut and placed in an intricate pattern. Kruhelska meticulously creates each piece on a computer screen using 3D modeling software. The design then springs to life as individual plywood components are precisely cut with the aid of a laser cutter and with a touch of the artist's hand, acrylic paint is applied, infusing vibrant hues and subtle texture. This artwork does not require framing and is ready to hang. Free delivery is available for those in the local Los Angeles area, and affordable worldwide shipping is available for US and international art collectors.
Inspired by minimalism, architectural composition, and geometry, she focuses on abstract, three-dimensional paper and wooden wall reliefs. These pieces reflect light, creating mesmerizing effects that depend on the viewer's perspective. Kruhelska's art revolves around the interplay of light and shade, contrast, color, and repetitive patterns shaped by folds and hollows.
Kruhelska's artwork has been showcased in exhibitions across Italy, Poland, London, Germany, the UK, and the United States, where audiences are invited to engage with her captivating creations that blur the boundaries between architecture and art.