Julia Medyńska’s studios, whether in London, New York or Międzyrzecz, always have scale and class. Large spaces, big windows, always a few paintings on the go, stacks of paint, bundles of brushes, and bottles of solvents. Pieces of carefully cut canvas, as the artist herself puts them on stretcher frames and primes them herself. By looking at these interiors place by place, one can trace the process of creating a painting, and by looking at the surfaces for mixing paints, one can understand the alchemical flair of the painter.
Interview by Katarzyna Rzehak
Artist: Julia Medyńska