Hi there, my name is Joanna Wróblewska and I am a visual artist currently based in Potsdam, Germany. In 2005, I graduated in graphic design (specialization: multimedia) from Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń, Poland. In 2010, I obtained a PhD degree in visual arts and shortly after I started to work as a professional art teacher. Lately, I’ve been focused much more on the process of making art and exploring my own creative self.
In my life I am in constant motion, traveling the world to enjoy the beauty of diverse landscapes and cultures. My unique international experiences made me not only a profound observer of common creative processes, but also a highly qualified art educator invariably seeking for new challenges. I always do my best to keep students fully present and highly motivated, because creativity should be constantly acknowledged and empowered. During consults, classes, and workshops I like to share with people my enthusiasm, passion and a deep belief that anyone can create art. Yes, anyone!
In my own creative practice, I use both photography and various mixed media techniques to explore freely the wonderful world of visual arts. My affection for design and, through design, for practical solutions have a formative influence on my creations. I am especially interested in botany, nature morte and various kinds of everyday life objects. In 2015, I got absolutely fascinated with Japanese pottery and now it became an important part of my art repertoire. In Potsdam, I am honoured to master my ceramic art skills with Gosha Nagashima.