Irena Jablonski spent fourteen years in South Africa where she was working as a professional structural engineer. She and her husband moved to California in the mid 1990ï¿½s and Jablonski started her decade long art education in the California Art Institute in Thousand Oaks. Eleven years ago, they moved to the Seattle area where Jablonski immediately felt like finally coming home. She continues her passion in oil painting out of her home studio in Newcastle.
Jablonski has participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions, and has had representation in galleries in California, Arizona and France. Her work has been published with International Artist magazine, Oil Painters of America, TAG Gallery and the California Art Institute, among others. She was an artist behind the screen in the Michael Rissi directed movie ï¿½Annabel Lee,ï¿½ and was the featured artist for Buenaventura Gallery Presents on CAPSTV Channel 6 in Ventura.
Her favorite subjects are portraits from live seaters or photographs as well as figures in imaginary settings.
Irena Jablonski joined Pixels on February 11th, 2007.