|Barbara Gorayska, an oil painter and member of the Oxford Art Society, has interest in images set in a place where different realities transform into one another. Of paramount importance to her has always been a tension between the abstract and the real, the old and the new, the personal and the public, the ugly and the beautiful, the moral and the amoral or the immoral. Her works pose questions and invite viewers to search for answers in their own hearts. She often incorporates a selective, symbolic voice of the old masters (e.g., Caravaggio, Turner, Rubens, Blake, Da Vinci, among others) to create an aura of eternal truths about what it means to be human and emphasise the continuity of art language that to her is timeless.
Theatre of E-Morals: Thrill, 2014
Her artwork was exhibited in Oxford: at the Jam Factory, Said Business School, Modern Art Oxford, and Art Jericho; in Lerryn of Cornwall; in London: at The Science Museum and Digital Catapult Centre; and in Vilnius.
Universal Dilemma, 2011
The Day Love Conquered Cyber Verse, 2011