PRESS RELEASE 2013

Cakes illustration by Anna Wojtczak.

Cakes Book Cover Illustration - Watercolour

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A piece of cake? Not without ‘Ingredients’

15 July 2013

Cakes are universally loved. Some people enjoy eating them and others love to bake them too. But there is one thing that is essential to all cakes - their ingredients. A cake flavour is usually given by one or two predominant components. This inspired Polish born, London based artist Anna Wojtczak to create illustrations of these main cake ingredients that are featured in The Cake Competition Recipe Book published by the Telegraph Hill Festival.

An exhibition called “Ingredients” of the original watercolour Illustrations can now be seen in the Food for Thought Café in Willesden Green. The café’s owner Mauro supports Brent Artists’ Resource artists with the exhibition space. Brent Artists’ Resource is an art-based organisation based in Willesden Green.

The exhibition can be seen within the café’s opening hours from 15 July - 9 August, Monday- Friday 8am - 4.30pm and Saturday 9am - 3pm.

Anna Wojtczak is a member of Brent Artists’ Resource. She studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw and art techniques of her choice include oil painting, watercolour and drawing.

Information about the exhibition can be found at a news page.

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Food for Thought Café, 15 High Road, London, NW10 2TE

OPENING HOURS:

Monday – Friday: 8am – 4.30pm, Saturday: 9am – 3pm.

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PRESS RELEASE 2012

Dorset coastline painting by Anna Wojtczak.

Seascape painting from series titled "Horizon". Oil painting on canvas. 20 x 20 cm / 8 x 8 in.

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Dorset coastline visible in London

7 November 2012

A London based artist, Anna Wojtczak, is to exhibit paintings inspired by the Dorset coastline at the London CGP Café Gallery. The series of oil paintings titled “Horizon” were created after a walking trip in the Weymouth and Portland area of Dorset.

In her submission for the event Anna said: "The idea for the series was inspired by experiencing a weather phenomenon where mist, which covered a vast area of Portland and Weymouth, totally changed the perception of space. It blurred the boundaries between land, sea and sky. The series explores ideas of calmness, intimacy of open spaces and harmony."

The Annual Open at CGP Café Gallery is one a few truly open exhibitions which allow artists from different backgrounds to show their artwork. It is open from 14 November – 2 December 2012 with a special preview on Sunday, 11 November 2012.

Anna Wojtczak is Polish born, London based artist with a MA degree in Fine Arts. Her fine art works are in mediums such as oil, watercolour, drawing and photography. A presentation of Anna's fine art created from 2007 to present can be found on her website.

More information about the paintings and exhibition can be found at an archive page.

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For further information, images or to arrange interviews, please contact:

Anna Wojtczak

+44 (0)7417 376 995

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Cafe Gallery, CGP London, Southwark Park, London, SE16 2UA, United Kingdom

+44 (0)20 7237 1230

CGP Cafe Gallery website (opens in a new tab)

Preview: Sunday, 11 November 2012, from 3 – 5pm

Opening times and hours: 14 November to 2 December 2012, Wednesday – Sunday, from 11am – 4pm.

Tickets: Free

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REVIEWS

Anna Wojtczak exbitition review

Press review of Anna`s solo exhibition at Wiertinicza 26 Gallery in Warsaw.

Exhibition review

what: Excerpt from weekly paper „Passa” issued in Warsaw.
date: 29 May 2002
details: ISSN 1640-406X, No 20(103)

There is sensitivity and intuition visible in art created by Anna Wojtczak. It seems that the artist choose motifs from nature, which becoming symbols of spiritual world. She supports her artistic vision by translating traditional motives known in paintings of Rembrandt and F. Bacon.

Andrzej Ziomek, artist.

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