Bartosz Beda Hosts Solo Art Exhabition In Plano, Texas

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Dallas, Texas based artist Bartosz Beda is pleased to share that the Art Gallery at Collin College will be hosting a solo art exhibition of his work — titled ‘Echoes of Seasons’ — from September 29th to October 26th at the Plano Campus. The event is open to the public, and Beda invites everyone to stop by to experience an artist’s journey through the years.

As Beda describes it, Echoes of Seasons is, “a harmonious blend of abstraction and figuration, a union where neither dominates the painting. In this exploration of the human experience hidden under layers of metaphorical Freud cake, the paintings serve as windows into the complex seasons of migration of human nature.”

Echoes of Seasons by artist Bartosz Beda

A reception will be held from 4 p.m. – 7 p.m. on Oct. 24. The art exhibition and the reception are both free and open to the public. The artist encourages visitors to join faculty, staff, and students for an Artist Talk in the gallery from Noon – 12:45 p.m. on Oct. 10. Here, they will have an opportunity to listen to Gallery Director Anna Fritzel interview Bartosz Beda about his recent artwork. The gallery is located on Collin College’s Plano Campus, Room A175, 2800 E. Spring Creek Parkway in Plano. Gallery hours are 9 a.m. – 8 p.m., Monday-Thursday, and 9 a.m. – 3 p.m., Friday.

According to the artist, this exhibition is a culmination of his artistic endeavors over the years, and an attempt to harmoniously blend abstraction and figuration, developing a captivating union where neither element overshadows the other. Beda aims to explore the broad range of human experience through his artwork, inviting viewers to peer through these painted panels into the intrinsic tapestry of the human condition.

Pieces that will be displayed in Echoes of Seasons incorporate the symbolic framework of the four seasons. Similar to the seasons’ perpetual transition, the lives of those who undertake arduous journeys in pursuit of new beginnings undergo their cyclical transformations. The rhythmic cadence of the seasons mirrors the perpetual ebb and flow inherent in the immigrant and migrant narrative. Beda aims to capture this in paint and explore the collective human nature, and unveil the intricate and multifaceted truth that lies beneath.

Beda says, “At the art gallery show in Plano, Texas, I want visitors and guests to experience a new perspective of the human condition. Within the exhibited artworks, I navigate the depths of the human experience, employing a metaphorical lens akin to Sigmund Freud’s intricate layers of the human psyche — often compared to a multi-layered cake. In this context, the ‘metaphorical Freud cake’ symbolizes the concealed strata of meaning, emotions, and intricacies inherent to our existence.”

Born in Poland in 1984, Bartosz Beda embarked on his artistic journey by relocating to the UK in 2008 to pursue studies at the Manchester School of Art. After completing his MA in Fine Art in 2012, Beda gained recognition by being selected for the esteemed 2012 Catlin Art Guide as the UK’s most promising emerging artist.

He also was shortlisted for titles such as the Title Art Prize and the Door Prize and selected for The Saatchi New Sensations 2012 group exhibition in London. Beda’s achievements include winning the Towry Award for Best of the North of England in 2012, recognition as a finalist for the Williams Drawing Prize in the USA in 2014, and second place in the Viewpoints 2014 competition in New Jersey. He won a prize in the Interstate Group Exhibition at CWU Sarah Spurgeon Gallery, USA, 2017.

Bartosz’s pursuit of excellence continued with a scholarship to the Academy of Fine Arts in Dresden in 2012/13 and a fellowship from Fondazione per l’Arte in Rome in 2016. His artistic footprint spans numerous countries, with solo exhibitions in Spain, Colombia, England, and across the USA and participation in group shows worldwide. His artwork has been widely interviewed and referenced for The Independent, Studio International, Expose Art Magazine, Creative Times, Radcliffe Times, A-N Magazine, Arteon Art Magazine, Expose Magazine, Spokesman-Review, BuzzFeed, Daily News and featured in The Guardian, The Telegraph and more.

Those who wish to explore more of Bartosz Beda and his work are welcome to connect with his online spaces to begin. His website also hosts the various pieces painted by Beda over the years, going all the way back to 2012. Bartosz Beda also maintains a widespread social media presence and can be found on Facebook, X (formerly known as Twitter), Instagram, Tumbler, Pinterest, and YouTube.

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About Bartosz Beda :

Bartosz Beda is an artist who creates contemporary art that is a duality between representational, figurative, and abstract painting. Beda paintings are in collection at Reading Public Museum, Brownsville Museum,Siena Art Institute, Fondazione Per’l Arte.

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