Concept for the development of the Public Park in Puck

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Architect Paulina Jarycha-Wilk won first prize on concepts for the development of the Public Park “Przyjaźń” in Puck, Poland.

On his project you will see the installations “Concert Virtuel ®” of Wela – interactive columns that broadcast sounds.

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Merry Christmas !!!



Auction at Artprice till 13/12/2017

This in an experiment.

Wela put her painting on auction at Artprice, till 13/12/2017 last delai:!#zoom_image 

Nice gift for Christmas.

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Tree of Life, 2017, 80cm diameter, acrylic painting on canvas.


Exhibition at Bouffémont

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After a long stay in Luxembourg and returning to France, Bouffemont,
I have the honor to invite you to the exhibition where I will show 6 of my paintings.

Private view:  25 November 2017 at 07 p.m.

at: Hôtel de Ville Bouffemont

45 Rue de la République, 95570 Bouffémont

(from Paris, Gare du Nord: 25 min in Transilien H)



WELA: “The Pineapple Hurricane”.


WELA: "The Pineapple Hurricane"

WELA: “The Pineapple Hurricane” – participative artistic installation with children and some adults of Saint-Leu-La-Forêt, 2nd Festival “City and Country”, 23/09/2017

“The Pineapple Hurricane” symbolizes the need to sow, plant the trees and other plants in order to bring nature to a remedy against global warming.

Since the beginning of the industrial era human activities have an increasing influence on the climate and the temperature of the earth. Augmentation of temperature is mainly due to the increase in the concentration of CO2 in the atmosphere. We are releasing more carbon into the atmosphere than the forests and oceans can now recycle. More trees are cut than they grow.

This warming causes climatic disruptions: floods, storms, forest fires, melting glaciers. Hurricanes Irma, which recently devastated the French West Indies, broke all world records of destructive power. This kind of phenomenon will become more and more frequent.
We can not continue our way of life according to the pattern of our parents. There is an ecological urgency to turn to nature, change our ways of life, and here everyone can contribute.

The installation in the shape of a hurricane wants to remind us of the need to move towards an energy-efficient and environmentally friendly society. Pine cones that carry seeds of future trees, hooked on the whirlwind is Wela’s message to take care of trees and plants. Not to cut these living beings that give us oxygen, but have the attitude of sowing them, planting and protecting.


Wela in a book “Ecovention Europe, Art to Transform Ecologies, 1957-2017”


You can read about Wela’s works in the book: “Ecovention Europe, Art to Transform Ecologies, 1957-2017” writed by philosopher & curator: Sue Spaid.

A Book (310 color pages, in English) is published by Museum De Dominjen Hedendaagse Kunst, Sittard, Holland in 2017 on the occasion of the exhibition: “Ecovention Europe”.

This publication gives an overview of art and ecology in Europe in the past sixty years. Many different artworks and artists are featured in this edition.

You can buy it in internet at:

Some photos of publication:

“Ecovention Europe” – Major exhibition of Land Art & Ecological Art 1957 – 2017,  Museum Hedendaagse Kunst De Domijnen, Sittard, Netherlands (Holland) 03/09/2017-07/01/2018, Curator: Sue Spaid


About Sue Spaid:

Ecovention Europe

Opening of exhibition: