Contemporary Art By Artist: Andrew Nawroski

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           Upper Dock Street, Newport.

                       

 

Phone Number: 07798418184.

                             

E-mail:1-mailto:artist1@gmx.co.uk

                                                       

E-mail: 2 – “mailto:-anawroski@yahoo.com”   

Site:2 – http://www.nawroski.wordpress.com

 

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                         ··  Andrew  Nawroski  ·· Newport South Wales United Kingdom

. . Objective . .  To use artistic Knowledge inside corporate thought in working creatively, alone or within a team that increases a businesss growing strength at its foundation & established concerned relations.  To work in any given structured project inside this environment achieving a high progressive result to the team and given project requirements.  These requirements justified with empirical Research alongside team or solo work  generate qualities throughout the industries requirements.

                                                                                                            ·Offered skills ·

 

High communicationinstinct  in given subjects or project  requirements. 

Dedicationand empirical research  in professed practiceallowing prior -assurance to project completions.

Flexible   knowledge and  expertise   gained   in  the  art    Industry.

Craftsmanship within many progressive working mediums.

Corporate  thinking that give creative expansive ideas.

Experience in design, creative thought and procedures.

Friendshipto an industrial working environment.

Nawroski is currently undertaking a series of new experimental collage works 2012. 

Cubist Collage.

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2 responses

  1. Pingback: 2010 in review | Nawroski's Archive

  2. John Taylor-Wallis

    Very strange coming across this work.I have paintings of my own,done over the last couple of years,that look eerily similar !!
    I also have one single piece of sculpure where the use of nails is very similar.
    Needless to say,I do like your work !!!!
    Best wishes
    John Taylor-Wallis

    April 6, 2011 at 9:02 pm

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