Zoë Pawlak is a contemporary artist working with private clients,
interior designers and select brands.

Zoë Pawlak is a contemporary artist working with private clients, interior designers and select brands.

Zoë’s work has been featured in Martha Stewart Living, Style at Home, Rue Magazine, House and Home, the Guardian, the Globe and Mail, CBC National News, the BLOCK magazine,Design*Sponge, the Jealous Curator, Oh Joy! and more. 

Zoë has worked with The Property Brothers, lululemon, The Cheaper Show and Farmboy Fine Art. Zoë also lectures all over North America on Art and Entrepreneurship. She is represented by Uprise Art in NYC.

Zoë's paintings are in the private collections of Cobie Smulders, Cristina and Trevor Linden, Grace Bonney, Jodi Balfour, Joy Cho and hundreds of private collections internationally.

My greatest inspiration is the human experience. It is so tragic and yet so glorious. I don’t think there could be a more rich subject matter to make work about or from.

She is currently showing at the Fig House in L.A. curated by the Jealous Curator and designed by Emily Henderson and will release her first line of rugs with the Burritt Brothers in November, 2013. Her first line of textiles will be coming out in the Spring/Summer of 2014 in collaboration with Nicole Bridger.

Zoë received her BFA from the esteemed NSCAD University and studied painting at Montreal’s Concordia University and the Universidad de Las Americas in Cholula, Mexico.

Zoë exhibits her paintings in solo and group shows internationally and is also a sought-after public speaker, consultant and curator drawing innovative connections between today’s market and how buyers are collecting art. 

For more information or to arrange a studio visit, please contact Zoë at info@zoepawlak.com

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