LINDA OGONOWSKI is a neurodivergent painter, draughtswoman, costume maker, and sculptor, whose artwork is primarily about the process, play, and appreciating beauty and absurdity in the quotidian. She loves to follow an idea to see where it will lead, with curiosity guiding her through a variety of disciplines. Her work also explores prejudice and the abject body in the context of invisible disability and poverty. Ogonowski is preparing to illustrate a friend’s short stories and is working towards a group exhibition in 2024. She is a graduate of the National Art School, and her favourite artist is David Hockney.

 

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