Magdalena Morey

Floating II
80 x 80cms
Floating II
Peaceful Moments I
90 x 90cms
Peaceful Moments I
Hidden In The Waves
76 x 89cms
Hidden In The Waves
Orchard
39 x 34cms
Orchard
Summer Storms II
30 x 30cms
Summer Storms II
Pathway Into The Mist
56 x 46cms
Pathway Into The Mist
The Air Was Still
40 x 40cms
The Air Was Still
The Flow I
69 x 89cms
The Flow I
Season Changes II
40 x 40cms
Season Changes II
Meandering II
40 x 40cms
Meandering II
Moors II
66 x 66cms
Moors II
Moors I
66 x 66cms
Moors I
On the Surface IX
50 x 50cms
On the Surface IX
Morning Dance II
90 x 90cms
Morning Dance II
On the Horizon VI
47 x 47cms
On the Horizon VI
The Song of The Tide
70 x 90cms
The Song of The Tide
On the Surface VII
50 x 50cms
On the Surface VII
Reflections I
90 x 90cms
Reflections I
Dappled Shade & SweetPeas
73 x 91cms
Dappled Shade & SweetPeas
Anemones in a jug
56 x 56cms
Anemones in a jug
Autumn Blue
66 x 56cms
Autumn Blue
By the Water's edge
78 x 78cms
By the Water's edge
A Rose by Any Other Name II
44 x 44cms
A Rose by Any Other Name II
A Rose by Any Other Name I
44 x 44cms
A Rose by Any Other Name I

Magdalena has always been interested in arts and crafts; she is continually experimenting with different mixed media techniques and subjects. She has developed her own unique style of painting incorporating plaster, oil, glue, glass paints, pastels, paper and gold leaf, applied with palette knives and brushes.

Magdalena’s figurative paintings exhibit her desire to find ways of representing female expression. These pieces are a unique combination of acrylic, pastels and poster colour techniques, which take inspiration from her emotional development at the time. Her flower and landscape paintings show a strong sense of texture, colour, movement and appreciation of light.

Magdalena graduated in Textiles from Cyprian Kamil Norwid College at the age of 19 in her hometown of Lublin, Poland and went on to study Painting in the nearby Maria Curie-Sklodowska University for 5 years. During this time at university and then after graduating, she worked as an artist in a small company producing numerous works that were sold all over the country. In 2005 she moved to Cambridge and started exhibiting her work almost immediately in galleries around the city. In 2009 she moved to Switzerland where she continued to develop her style and portfolio for 6 years. Magdalena now lives with her family near Madrid in Spain.