Of Polish origin, Stanislaw has painted with watercolor since his childhood. Water, snow, or city, it is always the light which conditions its subjects.
Stanislaw Zoladz was born in Poland in 1952. He attended Tarnow High School of Fine Arts, then graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow. He quickly joined the Nordic watercolor elite and moved to Sweden from 1978.
In 2000, he received the second prize at the Winsor & Newton's International Contest, the "Millenium Painting Contest".
Painting water - undoubtedly one of the most complex subjects - is to combine three elements: transparency, in other words depth; the reflections of the shore and the light; and finally the movement of water, waves and waves on the surface. These three elements must be expertly combined to give the illusion of the surface of the water.
A good painting must have three important elements: a foreground, a main subject and a background. These three elements must interact harmoniously or dramatically to give movement and dynamism to your painting.