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Bolesławiec artistic community – Stanisława Wojda-Pytlińska

Stanisława Wojda-Pytlińska was born in Klwaty near Radom. Her parents were not professionally involved in artistic activities, but they had a great passion for art. Her mother drew, her father made toys with his own hands, the house resounded with music and was full of creative invention. Under their influence, Stanisława decided to devote herself to art. First she studied painting at the teachers’ college in Legnica under Prof. Bronisław Chyła. Later she graduated from the State Higher School of Visual Arts (now the Academy of Fine Arts) in Gdansk, at the faculty of painting with a specialisation in plastic education in the atelier of Prof. Andrzej Dyakowski and Prof. Rajmund Pietkiewicz.

After her studies, she worked as a visual artist in the Voivodeship House of Culture in Radom, designing scenographies for monodramas and recitals presented in the Artistic Creation Hall, as well as poetry and music performances staged in the Powszechny Theatre in Radom. For many years in Bolesławiec, she ran art classes for children and young people at the St. Wyspianski Youth Cultural Centre and the Bolesławiec Cultural Centre – International Ceramics Centre.

Stanisława Wojda-Pytlińska practises painting, drawing and batik. She seeks inspiration for her works in music, poetry, literature and landscape. However, she avoids all literalism, leaving the viewer’s imagination wide open to interpretation. Her work is recognised by the artistic community, as evidenced by the fact that she has repeatedly been entrusted with the post of commissioner of plein-air painting workshops, including those in Kamień Pomorski, Trzebiatów, Karpacz and Przesieka.

This post from the series “Boleslawiec artistic community” was prepared within the framework of the project “Boleslawiec – 30 years of local government” implemented by the Museum of Ceramics and the Boleslawiec Cultural Center – International Ceramics Center


1981 BWA, Kołobrzeg

1982 Pomeranian Dukes’ Castle, Szczecin

1996 Gallery “Format”, Bolesławiec

1999 Museum of Ceramics, Bolesławiec

2000 Museum Markersdorf (Germany)

2002 Galerie im Rathaus, Reichenbach (Niemcy)

2006 Gallery “Format”, Bolesławiec

2007 Jacob Böhme House, Zgorzelec


1971 Ethnographic Museum, Wrocław

1972 Museum of Ceramics, Bolesławiec

1977 Mazovian Museum, Płock

1978 Post-exhibition, Toruń

1979 Post-exhibition, Kielce

1993 Batik exhibition, Potocki Palace, Łucznica

1994 Museum of Ceramics, Bolesławiec

1995 Europa Haus, Bad Marienberg (Germany)

1996 Museum of Ceramics, Bolesławiec

1999 Museum of Ceramics, Bolesławiec

2004 Museum of Ceramics, Bolesławiec

2008 Galerie im Rathaus, Reichenbach (Germany)

2009 Museum of Ceramics, Bolesławiec

2019 “Duet”, joint exhibition with Krystyna Gay-Kutschenreiter, BOK-MCC, Bolesławiec

2020 “Artists of the Bolesławiec Area”, Museum of Ceramics, Bolesławiec


1981 Badge of the Minister of Culture and Arts “Distinguished Cultural Service Award”.

1981 Jan Kochanowski Medal

1995-2002 annually Awards of the Minister of National Education

1997 Special Award of the School Superintendent in Jelenia Góra

1998 Award of the Mayor of the City of Bolesławiec

1999 Medal of the Commission of National Education

2001 Award of the Bolesławiec Starost

2011 Award of the Mayor of Bolesławiec for promotion of the town

2015 Award of the Mayor of Bolesławiec for promotion of the town

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