Lidia Groblicka Retrospective (1933 – 2012)

Sun 13 Oct-3 Nov 2013 Opened Sun 13 October, 2.00pm by Dr Stephanie Schrapel

Lidia lived in London from 1958 – 1965, where she married Tadeusz (Tadek) Groblicki. They migrated and settled in Adelaide. The subject matter of Lidia’s work has been a relationship with suburbia and rural life in Poland. “She observed her surroundings and explored themes such as the power of big business, the impact of technology on modern life, and the conformities of urban living and religion…”( excerpt from Lidia Groblicka suburban Iconographer by Adam Dutkiewicz)

Lidia was a renown artist, RSASA Fellow & Life Member, on RSASA Council, Selection & Exhibition Committees and is represented as an international artist, printmaker, with works overseas,  Australian National Gallery, Art Gallery of SA, RSASA Collection and private collections.

This exhibition represents her life through her art. Many artworks are from private collections, and some prints are for sale.

link to Youtube video from the opening of the Lidia Groblicka Exhibition on Sunday 13th Oct. Recorded by Roman Groblicki

 

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