My name is Maja Wrońska. I am an architect, watercolorist and a freelance illustrator from Poland
After graduating from the Architecture at Warsaw Institute of Technology, I started my own business in 2014 that now has collaborations all around the world. I paint watercolor cityscapes with focus on architectural buildings and structures from European and American cities. The paintings start with a quick pencil sketch and the details are added later with paint and brush. The combination of the detailed structures and the unpredictable nature of the watercolor technique captures the mood, weather and light in a scenery, with a vibrant end result. My works have been exhibited among others at Biennale of Architecture in Venice, International ArtExpo, on the set of several TV shows, Big Screen Plaza in New York City. Among my creations are also Pixar's Luca and Ratatouille official fan art, Bjorksta and Gronby art sets for IKEA.