For celebrated contemporary figurative artist, Emma Grzonkowski, it has always been a dream to become a fully-fledged artist, as drawing held a long-standing childhood fascination with her, which developed to encompass her evolution into a universally recognised painter. Citing her formative years, the excitingly talented Grzonkowski also recalls how she loved to be enveloped in her own idealistic world, where she’d immerse herself with regularity and which obviously furnished her mind with future ideas and concepts which followed and subsequently flowed.
‘Crimson Enigma’ is the very latest, Spring 2015 version of Grzonkowski visual events, and centres on love and passion from an illustrative perspective. This giclee on boxed canvas newbie (we’re inviting pre-orders as we write) offers a multitude of individual narratives to accompany its public airing, which will almost certainly come with each and every first time viewer’s graphic take on the hand-signed, limited edition iteration. But then we doubt Grzonkowski would want it any other way, as like her backstory, her stunning compositions are far from being open and closed books.