The artist is not a person endowed with free will who seeks his own ends, but one who allows it to realize its supreme purpose through him. - Carl Jung
Dreams are the inspiration behind Laura Pawlik's conceptual art work. She started painting her dreams after she joined a Jungian Dream Interpretation Group. She found studying and interpreting dreams to be so beneficial and intriguing that she decided to paint them, following in the footsteps of Carl Jung. The visual storytelling documented the dream but also revealed additional layers of meaning of the dream. This "Chaos Magic" naturally evolved. It soon became evident that just as the subconscious works in dreams it also does in the painting process.
Cape Cod Museum of Art "INTERIORS" exhibition will feature "The Perfect Family" and "Going Over the Edge" paintings by Laura Pawlik January 16 - April 5, 2020.
Opening Reception: January 24, 2020 from 5:30 - 7:00 PM
Going Over the Edge
Juror's Choice Award
All ABOARD THE DREAM TRAIN PODCAST
will interview the artist about The Perfect Family dream and painting that was inspired from it. Please stay tuned to the date the podcast will be published.
"Welcome to the Woods" gallery show at Atelier on Santa Fe Gallery at 910 Santa Fe Drive, Denver Colorado will feature a solo show of the artist and her dreams February 1 - April 1, 2020.
Italy's Christmas Witch "La Befana"
A childrens folktale retold and illustrated by Laura (Jursnick) Pawlik. Please contact artist if interested in purchase.