Ewa Pandera

MA Fine Art

I am an artist based in Cambridgeshire and was born and raised in an industrial part of Poland. Using traditional and experimental methods of drawing, print, ceramic and video in large-scale installations, I convey a personal relationship with the surrounding environment by combining the natural world with abandoned urbanisation and modern ruins.

For the MA Fine Art at Anglia Ruskin University, I continued my research in the field of contemporary art and completed the large installation “The Forest” for the final MA exhibition “The Future Now” in the Ruskin Gallery. My artwork won the Cambridge Artworks Award, which will be an exhibition at Cambridge Artwork.

I previously studied Art at the Institute of Fine Art at University of Silesia, where I have specialised in etching and graphic design whilst working in collaboration with the Faculty of Fine Art at University of Ostrava. This work resulted in the international workshops and exhibitions, “Kontakty II – Art Beyond Borders”.

I have been a member of the Anglian Potters Association since 2013 and take part in their annual exhibitions. Other recent exhibitions include Sustainability Art Prize, Transition Exhibition (both online in 2020) and the Lockdown and Lights, Current and Sustainability Art Prize online events in 2021.