Initially inspired by Impressionist art, Monika Gloviczki modernizes her work by incorporating elements of abstraction and reportage. While she often approaches her paintings with a scene in mind, she allows her instincts and imagination to take over. Her artwork can be described as a form of silent music, a symphony played by pigments to form a harmony of composition and color; a song describing deeper layers and moving beyond the banalities of everyday life to reveal what is extraordinary.
Gloviczki was born in Poland, but spent most of her adult life in Paris, where she earned her MD and PhD degrees and worked in the medical field. Gloviczki’s artistic education began at an early age with her father, Stanislaw Kazmierczyk, a Polish painter and illustrator, who taught her the basics of drawings, gouache, and oil painting. She also took drawing and painting classes in Warsaw, Paris, at the Ateliers du Carrousel du Louvre, and later in the US. Gloviczki has garnered recognition for her art, exhibiting regularly in the US, but also in France, Italy, and Azerbaijan. Among her shows the most notable are her annual exhibitions at Agora Gallery in New York, NY, from 2016 to present; three exhibitions at M.A.D.S. Art Gallery in Milano, Italy in 2021; the Art 3F Art fair in Paris from 2018 to 2020 and the 19th Salon International d’Art Contemporain in Paris, in 2016. She currently lives and works in Scottsdale, Arizona as a full-time artist. Her works belong to private and public collections in the US and in France.