Andrea Jablonski is a Polish born, Chicago based multi disciplinary artist. Though having studied briefly at the School of the Art Institute in Chicago, she is primarily self taught having apprenticed under Tony Fitzpatrick, a well known Chicago based artist and under Constance Trojnar, a local artist and interior designer.
Jablonski has a thriving commercial painting business and has worked on many well known establishments over the last decade including Carnivale, Giocco, Park 52, Thalia Hall, Kaiser Tiger, and the Matchbox[Silver Palm]. She has been featured artist for Chicago Artists’ Month 2013 and was featured in the Chicago Reader end of year People Issue 2011.
Jablonski works with local galleries such as Johalla Projects on various site specific installations. She has worked on many public commissions such as Cows On Parade, Oak Park Green Line Mural, Pitchfork Music Festival Art Installation, and Activate! and Figment Art Festival.
She has traveled all over the world researching and seeking out various forms of art and creative tradition. She has received many grants and worked on several residency, most notably with Arts Of Life.
Jablonski’s work ranges from whimsicle installations that take everyday objects such as inflatables or life size hunting decoys and transforms them to realistic portrait style work She enjoys working with scrap/reclaimed materials and initiated a vacant lot sculpture project in her neighborhood using these throw aways. She continues to exhibit art regularly and is also a well respected musician.