Maja Wronska, born January 28th, 1989m is an artist from Poland, who creates watercolor paintings. However, she is NOT a professional designer, she is actually an architect.
This artist inspires me because she takes ordinary pictures and transforms them with bright and extravagant colors. Her use of bright colors easily draws me in because it stuck out of all the other painting/sculptures. Usually watercolor paintings are splotches in random places, but she somehow managed to add great details to her pictures. The details make it easier to understand what the painting actually is. Although her paintings usually stick around the buildings/houses (since her background as an architect), I prefer the flowers and nature drawings instead. In these drawings she doesn't use as MUCH detail, but she creates the lines using different colored paints which is really cool. Also she uses colors that are not normally seen in real life, so it makes them pop. This artists work is not only creative, but beautiful as well.