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It's quite surprising to look at naturalistic landscapes that are by a living artist, especially one that is as fresh and young as Zuza Zochowski. It's actually a refreshing change from the more abstract works that usually adorn white gallery walls. Zuza's works are currently being exhibited at Arthouse Gallery in Sydney's Rushcutter's Bay.

What five words best describe you? Stubborn, stubborn, romantic and yet cynical and too generous sometimes.
What's your proudest achievement? Still waiting for that moment.
What was the starting point for this exhibition? Needing an escape to nature and looking through my travel books.
Who inspires you? My mother and my grandmother and anyone who won't let anything get in the way of living.
What are you passionate about? Travel and my work.
What's the best lesson you've learnt? To chill out a little.
Which person living or dead would you most like to meet? At the moment, Bridget Riley.
What are you excited about? The day after my exhibition opening night and my travel to the Northern Territory.

Images courtesy of Zuza Zochowski and Arthouse Gallery
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