About Artist

I offer work-shops in self-growth/artistic developement via the use of artistic media for artists AND general public & projects.  Purchase ART, learn with me, invite me for work-shops & projects

Art pieces at my website are displayed in random years of creation order.                              

I am a cosmopolitan female multimedia artist. I have moved to Switzerland decades ago. Primarily self-taught, later I graduated in “Art and Consciousness” at the Lesley University USA https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lesley_University . A member of the International Assosiation of Art UNESCO.

Various exhibitions in different countries. Art-works at museums and private collections. For example in: Jean M.Tinguely Museum, Switzerland; Japan; China; England; Afrika; Canada; USA; Russia; Portugal; Italy; Albania (private & National Museum of Modern Art).

I formely participated in work-shops in Europe & USA. Such as: theatrical expression of primary emotions; writing for your life; introduction in expressive art methods in therapy & pedagogics; butoh- & expressive dance; experimental theatre performance; living in the process; female mystic – male mystic etc.; continuing studies in applied philosophy & psychology. Alongside In 2008 I got certificate of IEK-Berlin as Art/Creativity Therapist. In 1998 my studio burnt down. Consequently approximately 300 paintings, numerous drawings, several art objects burnt. Therefore lots of my art pieces have not been documented. You can nevertheless partially see the process of artistic development in ARCHIVE.

I have been painting in the first place. Yet I have also created several (video- and life) performances, some video art, installations, objects & writing. My interests include not only art but also philosophising, dance theatre, reading, writing, developing consciousness, gender topics etc.   

“Your paintings are lyrical like poems in oil”.  Ian Willmott, London School of Printing & Publishing

“Irena is an expressionist painter of great power. Her art generates from the very core of her being…”. Patricia W. Cobb, Lesley University, USA.