In my paintings I use very traditional techniques which have been always transmitted from master to master and many of them - on the highest level - never completely unified in a book . Taking care of these technical world's treasures remains very important to me. Combining this ancient style with modern approach while adding various, available tools allows me to achieve a unique style.  My artistic research goes also into creating a new concept of sumi-e painting by introducing the contemporary means of expression.

Margot Olejniczak,  Atelier Margot, CH-8158 Regensberg, 078 907 36 88, margoto@bluewin.ch

Dank meinen zahlreichen Reisen nach Japan entdeckte ich die Kunst und Philosophie der Tuschmalerei. Ich studiere Sumi-e in Tokyo seit 2002  bei japanischen Senseis und seit 2012 im Atelier vom berühmten Meistern Tohun  Kobayashi.

Dank intensivem Üben  entwickeln sich meine Kenntnisse,  innere Kontrolle, Disziplin und Vorstellungsvermögen laufend weiter.

2014 habe ich von The Sumie Japan Association das Diploma der Instruktorin japanischer Malerei Sumi-e erhalten.

Ich unterrichte in Regensberg , im Zentrum der japanischen Kultur Manggha in Krakow, in Warschau

(Polen) sowie im Ekō-Haus in Düsseldorf in Deutschland.

Ich nehme regelmässig an Gruppen- und individuellen Ausstellungen in Europa, USA und Japan teil.

Im 2016 habe ich zwei bedeutende Preise erhalten: 

Special Award of the Jury in Tokyo National Art Center und

the Award of the Jury of Le Salon Blanc in Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum.

Seit 2016 bin ich auch Mitglied der Kunstgruppe in der Noho M55 Gallery in New York, USA.

Im August 2017 habe ich den  

International Best Award in Japanese art, calligraphy and painting exhibition 2017 in Gunma, Japan erhalten.

Seitdem diesem Ereignis habe ich weitere Auszeichnungen in Japan erhalten.

2019 wurde ich eingeladen als Mitglied der Jury  vonThe  Asia Creation Exhibition in Tokyo National Center, Japan

Im Januar 2020 habe ich  Special Award of Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs  für meine 3 Werke und die Promotion japanischer  Kultur und Malerei ausserhalb Japan erhalten  (Internationale Ausstellung Art for All, The National Art Center, Tokyo, Japan)

Thanks to my numerous trips to Japan, I discovered the art and philosophy of ink painting.

Since 2001 I have been studying the Sumi-e Art in Tokyo in the classes of well-known masters and since 2012 I have been perfectionning my skills in the class of Master Tohun Kobayashi until today.

In 2014 I received a diploma of Sumie Instuctor awarded by The Sumie Japan Association.

I run courses of Japanese painting in Zurich, in the Museum of Japanese Art and Technology  'Manggha" In Cracow, in Warsaw (Poland) and in Ekō-Haus in Düsseldorf, Germany.

I regularly exhibit my works at individual and group exhibitions in Europe, USA und Japan.

In 2016 I received for my masterworks a Special Award in the Tokyo National Art Center,  followed by a Special Award in the Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum during Le Salon Blanc -The International Exhibition of Contemporary Art.

In September 2016 I became a member of the art group at the Noho M55 Gallery in New York.

In August 2017 I received the  International Best Award in Japanese art, calligraphy and painting exhibition in Gunma Precfeture, Japan. Since this moment, I was awarded several times during the exhibitions n Japan.

 In 2018 I became a member of the Jury of the international exhibition The Torch of Asia, at the    National Art Center, Tokyo, Japan.

In January 2020 I have received a Special Award of the Japanese Ministry of Foreign Affairs for my 3 works and the promotion of the Japanese culture and ink painting outside Japan            (International Exhibition Art for All, The National Art Center,                                                                                      Tokyo, Japan)

In my paintings I use very traditional techniques which have been always transmitted from master to master. I like very much combining this ancient style while adding modern tools.  My research goes into creating a new concept of sumi-e painting by introducing the contemporary means of expression.

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