Coral reefs

Krzysztof Pająk Coral reefs Size: n/a

Coral reefs, or Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea

December 2013

The paintings by Krzysztof Pająk begin where the light is about to stop. At first, there is the dive into the abyss – the big blue, navy blue – almost blackness, darkness. Next comes the experience of a brand new world of coral reefs. A revelation, a fairytale, a day-dream, the pulsation of colour, and sensuality so different from the one on the surface.

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