“The act of sculpting creates challenges for the sculptor though you stubbornly want to continue with your initial ideas. You have to resist the temptation to deviate and finish out your original vision. The creative process involves a sequence of stages with an ongoing discussion between those stages”.

“[…] You do not sculpt with your hands, where the mere touch of clay creates a sculpture, you only form material. That I am picking up a chisel and working stone with a skilled hand, or that a machine is cutting metal, is not sculpture. Sculpting is the act of executing an idea and carrying it out to its final physical form”.

— Magdalena Więcek

See the biography of Magdalena Więcek

Selected works