Polish architect and watercolor artist Maja Wronska continues to astonish the art world with her sublimely executed watercolor cityscapes. From New York to Athens to Paris, the talented Ms. Wronska brings a vibrant ethereal quality to everything she paints. According to the Polish artist, being an architect enormously enhances her works of art. She first depicts each artwork as an intricate drawing before adding layers of watercolor, which is known as a difficult to control medium, making her artworks all the more amazing.
Ms. Wronska has this to say about the role of architectural studies in her art: “My drawings are strictly connected with the architecture so, for sure, architecture is my inspiration. I started to draw ‘seriously’ during the drawing course on my studies. It was the way I spent my weekends and evenings at high school. When I started to study I gave drawing a miss. Then I realized that I had missed it very much.”
We’ve collected some of Maja Wronska’s best watercolor artworks for your enjoyment. Check them out below!
1. Apartment House in Poznan and Orange Umbrellas
3. Aula UAM