Ela Świderek was born in 1960.
He has been a member of the Folk Artists’ Association since 2009.
The sculptor took her passion for art from her family home.
Her father, Mieczysław Żegliński from Rylsk, was a well-known and respected folk sculptor.
After her father’s death in 1984, the artist made her first sculptural attempts.
She began to look for her own way, developing an individual style.
Most of her works are polychrome. He uses a wide range of colors.
Figures are characterized by simplification and striving for symmetry.
Thanks to these measures, the composition becomes transparent.
In bas-reliefs, he often uses floral ornaments.
Her works exude inner peace and gentleness.
Sculptures by Ela Świderek can be found in the Museum in Łowicz, the Museum in Lipce Reymontowskie and in numerous private collections in Poland and abroad.
Madonna in the chapel
Height ~ 27 cm
width ~ 15,5 cm