Krystyna Nowakowska

   Krystyna Nowakowska was born in Rzeszów in 1953.
   She completed her education in the Lyceum of Fine Arts in Jarosław and 1973; in 1973-1979 she studied at the Faculty of Sculpture of the Academy of Fine Arts in Kraków. She graduated with a diploma under Professor Jerzy Bandura in 1979.
   She practices sculpture, focusing on unique compositions created in wax and cast in bronze using a “lost wax technique”.
   Her works have been displayed at numerous individual and group exhibitions in Poland and abroad.
   Krystyna Nowakowska’s works can be seen in art galleries and private collections in Poland and abroad, including Kraków, Szeged, Bolivia, France, the Netherlands, Japan, Germany, Norway, Switzerland, Sweden, the USA and Italy.
   In 1987 she received an art scholarship from the Minister for Culture and Art and, in 1988, a scholarship for artists from the City of Kraków.
   Since 1989, for many years she participated in international plein-airs in Mirabel (France), organised by the Association “Neue Darmstadt Sezession” and Künstlerhaus Ziegelhütte e.V. w Darmstadt; she also took part in a sculpture symposium in Iserlohn, Germany, and Csongrad, Hungary.
   She is a member of the Association of Polish Artists and Designers. She is also a member of the Artists’ Association “Polart” and the Society of Friends of the Fine Arts in Kraków.