Kasia Fabijańska works predominantly in intaglio printmaking and drawing, focusing on the various things that relate humanity to nature whether they be political, personal or cultural. Fabijańska was born in Poland and lived for a short time in Germany before arriving in Australia in 1986 with her family. Being close to nature, whether hiking or snowboarding, has been in integral part of her creative work. She holds a B.A. in Fashion Design (RMIT, 2000) and a Master in Visual Art in Printmedia (Monash, 2012).
In 2020, Fabijańska was awarded the joint Baldessin Studio and Australian Galleries Fellowship. In 2015 she was the recipient of the Australian Print Workshop Dowd Foundation Scholarship.
Her work is held in private and public collections including the Gippsland Art Gallery and the Australian Print Workshop.
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