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Skulski Art Gallery Featuring
Paintings By Natalia Pas

NEW JERSEY – The Skulski Art Gallery of the Polish Cultural Foundation in Clark, NJ, will present paintings by Natalia Pas, exhibit titled “Their Wings Did Not Grow”, from April 3-24, 2015. The public is welcome to the opening reception on Friday, April 10, 8:00-10:00 p.m. Admission is free and refreshments will be served.

Photo: Repairing on the side of caution – acrylic

Natalia Pas was born in Golystok in Mazowsze, Poland. Since childhood she was interested in drawing and painting. As a young girl, she emigrated with her parents to the United States and they settled in New Jersey. Natalia had the passion for painting, but only later as a student at Kean University where she majored in Fine Art Education, that she started to develop her artistic abilities. She has previously shown her paintings with group exhibits, but this one is her first individual show.

“My soul, my eyes, my feet always gravitate to the landscape of fields and forests of Poland. As a child rooted in those landscapes I ache for them as the memory fades from that beautiful and simple time. The images shown are of places that remind me of a feeling that a child can only feel, its lovely, free untouched and pure. In those paintings a memory is fixed within me that is represented by a figure. These figures represent the longing for the time that cannot be relived”, says Natalia Pas

IF+THINGS+COforwebThe Polish Cultural Foundation, a non-profit organization, is located at 177 Broadway, Clark, NJ, just off exit 135 from GSP. Visit our website:

For more information, please contact PCF office at 732-382-7197. To inquire about the exhibit contact Aleksandra K. Nowak, e-mail:  or Tomasz Szybowski at e-mail:

Photo: If things come alive – acrylic