"In my abstract works, I consider each painting as a separate world, a separate reality that I discover and explore. I like to use forms and shapes associated with nature. Forms similar to leaves, boats, stones, scales. Contours of known reality in an unknown world. I observe their interactions among forms and colors. They float in them and define this world, organize, or allow this world to define it."
“I am a graduate of the Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts. My work is "bipolar": figurative and abstract. Both ways complement each other and inspire. Although they seem to be completely separate, they "nourish" my work, not letting myself burn out. Their common part is color and a reference to dreams, in which nothing is impossible, and parallel worlds permeate.
Realistic painting does not have to reflect reality, it searches for other layers, other meanings, questions, and looks. It can combine inspiration with music and inspiration with nature. Light, shadow, man, objects - like the same each day, but in every moment has so many different shades. Painting captures and brings out these worlds. We sense this other reality and look for interpretation in ourselves.”
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