Dawn of a new life
Material: Mixed media (acrylics, posca pens, fabrics, frame)
Size: 100 x 100 cm
This is my first artwork where I didn't use black paint. All of these colors reflect my current state of mind. It's new and refreshing. This painting is very important because it shows new journey through my life. I don't scare of future anymore. I'm ready for it.
Mathilda is the pseudonym of a Polish artist working primarily in modern art, abstraction,
minimalism, and installations on canvases and beyond.
Her adventure with art began in early 2018, and her first great inspiration was Jean Michale Basquiat.
It was the story of this artist that caused her to simply pick up a brush one day and start painting.
She took her first steps in street art, which allowed her to explore and get to know this artistic
environment very well (often personally). Some of her works can still be found on Polish, Dutch, and
For a while, she was also involved in a project that touched upon critical art which allowed the artist
to develop her craft and skills.
Through curiosity and a constant desire for new challenges, she finally turned to modern art. She
chose abstraction. And it is abstraction that has been feeding her soul for more than three years and
offering endless possibilities and challenges.
The artist does not stick to one style or canon, and her creativity, unlimited imagination and courage
allow her to try new things and experiment with different media, tools or substrates, which
ultimately gives her a wide range of possibilities for expressing herself, her sensitivity and her
Behind every image created by the artist is her own story, and this is undoubtedly what is
quintessential to her work and forever leaves a part of her soul in each piece.
Instagram account @diary_of_mathilda is currently deactiveted.