After a break of several months caused by the coronavirus pandemic, the MPS Gallery resumes its activity. On Friday, September 18, there was a vernissage of the paintings of Wiesława Kurowska.

On Friday, September 18, the first vernissage in the previous formula took place after a long break. This time, Wiesława Kurowska, a painter from Koszalin, a member of the Union of Artists of the Republic of Poland, was invited to exhibit her works. Although she is a landscape artist, flowers have become her trademark. And it is these works that can be viewed over the next three months at the MPS Gallery.

‘You can see 26 paintings at the exhibition. A large part of them was built on my plot this year’, says Wiesława Kurowska. ‘I am very pleased that I could present my works at your place. I hope they will make your every day at work more pleasant’.

Wiesława Kurowska has many individual and collective exhibitions, as well as participation in numerous plein-airs. Her works are in many private collections all over the country. Besides painting, she is a great animal lover. He has a cat at home, but she also looks after the free-living ones on her plot.