It is one of the attributes of art: always being able to find its own place and time. The exhibition – commemorating the 10th anniversary of Waldemar Zamorski’s passing – has been postponed twice, the current of its preparations interrupted by events concerning personal lives of the artists and those which cannot be controlled or foreseen. However, it finally found its right moment.

In the rattle of wooden wings, the muffled sound of painted clay, in the burble of porcelain scales – the exhibition of paintings and sculptures by Anna (b. 1942), Ryszard Waldemar (1940-2008) and Jan (b. 1966) Zamorski puts a spell, casts away bad spirits, breaks the cold darkness of February evenings. It recalls their joy of creation, playfulness and adoration of nature. From the broken pieces, from the shreds of wood – brought back to life in art, from the patinated sheets of metal, the smoothened stones, the porcelain eyes of mythical creatures – a colorful crowd emerges, led by the Japanese warriors.

Against all the odds, with good luck, for health and for money, for authenticity, faith, love and respect for people, animals and flowers – the Zamorski Family steps forward in a colorful parade. Not a word about main currents or leading trends. There is honesty. Pure joy of living. Hope that everything will be good. Against all the odds.

Waldemar was a Master. Anna is a Sorceress. Jan connects the impossible.

To sum up the 2018, right before huge changes in 2019, in the 10th anniversary of Waldemar Zamorski’s death, mia ART GALLERY invites you for the carnival gathering of spirits. For strength, for power, for joy, for unity, for openness. For day and night, morning and evening. We are casting spells with the artists.

/ Magdalena Mielnicka /

Anna Malicka-Zamorska (b. 1942): graduated in 1965 from the Faculty of Ceramics and Glass at the School of Fine Arts (now: Eugeniusz Geppert Academy of Fine Arts) in Wrocław. Since 1973 she is a member of the International Academy of Ceramic (IAC). In years 1997-2007 was the president of the International Syposium of Ceramics „Porcelana inaczej”. Her works are present in public and private collections in Europe, Asia and in both Americas. Works and lives in Wrocław.

Ryszard Waldemar Zamorski (ur. 1940, zm. 2008): graduated in 1966 from the Faculty of Sculpture at the School of Fine Arts (now: Eugeniusz Geppert Academy of Fine Arts) in Wrocław. His works are present in private and public collections e.g. in National Museum in Wrocław, National Museum in Poznań, Museum of Art in Łódź or in the Municipal Museum in Wrocław. In 2010 the National Museum in Wrocław held a retrospective exhibition of his works.  

Jan Zamorski (b. 1966): graduated in 1992 from the Faculty of Sculpture at the School of Fine Arts (now: Eugeniusz Geppert Academy of Fine Arts) in Wrocław. His sculptures are present in private collections in Poland and abroad (in Lithuania, Slovakia, China). He exhibited his works e.g. during solo shows in Galeria Miejska (Municipal Gallery) in Wrocław (1992) or as a part of the Wratislavia Cantans Festival (1995). Works and lives in Wrocław.