Artist Creates Pixelated Painting That Look Like Glitches

Published 1 year ago

In the world of contemporary art, there are artists who break free from traditional conventions and explore new realms of creativity. One such artist is Luiza Niechoda, a talented painter whose unique style combines elements of glitch art and pixel sorting to create captivating and abstract landscapes. With her pixelated paintings, Niechoda has carved out a niche for herself in the art world, captivating audiences with her visually striking and thought-provoking works.

The inspiration behind Niechoda’s artistic approach stems from her desire to challenge the conventional notions of realism in art. She wanted to create something unique and different, a visual language that resonated with her personal artistic vision. Through experimentation and exploration, she discovered the power of pixelation and glitch art, which became key elements of her artistic style.

Scroll below to check out her stunning works and read her interview with DeMilked.

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Image source: Luiza Niechoda

How long have you been creating these paintings?

“I started my career as a full-time artist in 2019 and have been painting in this pixelated style for about 3 years.”

Image source: Luiza Niechoda

What influenced or inspired you to pursue this particular art form?

“The evolution of my artistic style was an organic process, driven by my desire to create a less realistic look in my paintings. By intentionally limiting myself to vertical and horizontal brushstrokes, I was able to interpret landscapes in a new exciting way.

When I shared my paintings online, the comments poured in, referencing glitch art and pixel sorting. This gave me even more ideas and I was able to push my work further into abstraction.

While I’m currently immersed in a new series that’s a bit more realistic, I can’t help but reflect on my previous collection, Forest Weave, which stands as my most abstract body of work to date. I can’t wait to create more paintings in that particular, heavily pixelated style.”

Image source: Luiza Niechoda

Could you please share some insights into your creative process?

“When encountering a captivating scene, whether found in nature, on social media, or within the frames of a movie, I reach for my sketchbook. With a few simple lines, I swiftly capture the essence of what I see. This method allows me to infuse the composition with my own unique perspective. Rather than relying on a photograph, I prefer the freedom of artistic interpretation.

During this initial sketching phase, I also make notes about the colors that I envision complementing the scene and I map out how I want the lighting to enhance the atmosphere.

Once I’ve chosen the ideal mediums and materials to bring my vision to life, I transfer those initial sketches onto the canvas. Rather than meticulously planning the placement of every brushstroke, I embrace spontaneity. By working in the moment, I’m allowing the artwork to guide me.”

Image source: Luiza Niechoda

The art of Luiza Niechoda challenges our perception of reality and invites us to explore the boundaries of artistic expression. Through her pixelated paintings, she captures the essence of landscapes in a visually striking and abstract manner. As she continues to push the boundaries of her creativity, there is no doubt that Luiza Niechoda will leave an indelible mark on the art world with her unique and thought-provoking works of art.

Image source: Luiza Niechoda

Image source: Luiza Niechoda

Saumya Ratan

Saumya is an explorer of all things beautiful, quirky, and heartwarming. With her knack for art, design, photography, fun trivia, and internet humor, she takes you on a journey through the lighter side of pop culture.

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