Anxiety – Desperation, 2015 by Nicholas Adam Wojtas

Anxiety – Desperation, 2015 by Nicholas Adam Wojtas

Anxiety is a series of photographs that investigates different feelings that I experience on a daily basis. This work is an exploration of self and a search for the sources of my anxiety. It shows that as humans, we are imperfect. Everyone has their own strengths and weaknesses. With this body of work I encourage the viewer to face their fears and not let their anxieties get in the way of living their lives. I want people who have anxiety to know that they are not alone. Everyone has it to some extent.

About The Artist

Nicholas Adam Wojtas has always been interested in expressing himself through the arts. He seeks to share his emotions through his works.

He was introduced to Photography in 2005. He studied Applied Communications Arts and Graphic Design in 2008-2009. In 2010, he photographed actors in theatrical productions that were printed in the Chronicle Herald Newspaper.

Wojtas’ work has been published in a Call for Canadian Landscapes contest, in 55+ Magazine, and can also be found in Canadian Embassies collections. A diptych of a Belleville snowstorm (2011) was purchased by the assistant photo editor of Canadian Geographic magazine. His work is also represented in private collections in Ontario, Canada.

Wojtas’ photographic works about ‘Anxiety’ have been part of the Brain and Mental Health Art show in Ottawa for the last three years.

Wojtas’ work was featured at Redwall Gallery in his Solo Exhibition Triptych: Identity. Upon graduating his Artist in Residency at School of the Photographic Arts: Ottawa, Wojtas won the Award of Visual Merit in Exhibition No. 8.

Two of his Constance Bay Nightscapes were part of the Snow Exhibition at the Canadian Museum of History and reside in the Museum’s Permanent National Collection.

Most recently, his Constance Bay landscape was published in the Ottawa Citizen Newspaper in an article about ice fishing. Many of his landscapes will be published in 55+ Magazine this fall. Wojtas continues to create photographic art that explores the expression of his identity.

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