New York (PRWEB) October 2, 2007
Jolanta Paterek's welcomes controversy, and it is portrayed brilliantly in her art sculptures being exhibited at the Agora Gallery on November 1st, 2007. Paterek's style touches on human reality and psychology; it is considered aggressive and dramatic. Her unique way of communicating through art is quickly becoming historically significant - it is being called art beyond time and future.
Jolanta Paterek's creations have been referred to as "intimidating". The material and objects are distorted and courageously challenge the observer. The twisted human shapes and pieces substantiate themselves yet, at the same time, stimulate a striking impression in its audience. While her controversial art is a picture, you can walk around it the entire piece.
With artwork that is considered "a work of genius", Paterek's "Abstracts Narrative" Exhibition will be an "event of the century". Current prices (range $300,000 to $620,000) are expected to triple in the near future. Ms. Paterek is available for newspaper, radio, and television interviews; contact the artist directly at 678-425-1100. Information on the exhibit is as follows:
Agora Gallery, 530 West 25th Street, Chelsea, New York
Tel. 212-226-4151 / Fax 212-966-4380
http://www.agora-gallery.com Gallery Hours; Tues. Sat. 12-6pm
Reception party: Thursday, November 1, 2007, 6-8pm
Show Dates; Friday, October 26, 2007 - Thursday, November 15, 2007
About Jolanta Paterek - Jolanta Paterek holds an MFA in mixed media from Georgia Southern University and has been included in Who's Who Among American Teachers. Paterek is currently a full-time instructor at Georgia Perimeter College and lectures outside the university on topics ranging from women's art from a historic standpoint to contemporary trends in art.
Jolanta Paterek, Artist
CONTACT: Jolanta Paterek
Email: jpaterek @ gpc.edu