Expressive and textured, these original portraits by Paulina Archambault are created with acrylic paint, a pallet knife, and a distinctive reflective mood that Paulina brings to all of her work.


Color digital print on paper of a palette knife applied acrylic painting depicting three rows of heads at close range in all-over composition. Signed lower right.



  • Digital print on 8.5" x 11" heavy stock archival paper

8.5" x 11" Still Life Digital Prints by Paulina Archambault


    INSTA: @archambault.paulina


    Paulina originally hails from Poland and studied visual art in both Krakow, Poland and Hamburg, Germany. In 2016, she moved from Munich, Germany to Oregon City, Oregon. She paints in acrylic on canvas or paper. 


    Paulina's modern expressionistic works are mostly figurative, as she is fascinated with faces and their endless expressions. She is also captivated by minimalism and in creating bold effects with the simplicity of the image, which can be observed mostly in her still lifes.


    I'm fascinated by faces and their expressions. In my paintings, I'm also coming into the reminiscence of my childhood.

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