Tomasz Karabowicz Young woman with a hat Size: 120x120
A realist painter – a young realist painter – that doesn’t sound very interesting nowadays, does it? Tomasz Karabowicz paints what he sees; he has narrowed down his artistic exploration to two forms: portrait and still life. They bear the stamp of his own mode of perception, which produces interesting effects.
I suppose it is restricting myself, says the artist,
but within this restricted area of mine I can set myself so many aims that there are enough of them to last a lifetime. My subjects – still life, portrait – are immemorial.
It’s just impossible to write anything negative about this exhibition. We have to praise it and praise it to the roof. Even if thinking about fabrics and textiles – tapestries, […]
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The undercoat, the base of your works, is usually very unusual – you opt for old wooden boards and used tracing paper. Why is it so? As the base for […]
Born in 1971 in Karczunk near Lublin. Studied at The Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw. Graduated in 1997 under tutorage of Prof Zbigniew Gostomski.
There are two major effects of Jacek Łydżba’s visit to the Print Room in the University of Warsaw Library. Firstly, there is a series of paintings inspired by the graphic art of Albrecht Dürer, and secondly, the artist’s exhibition on the premises of the University of Warsaw Library. Against the background of grey, concrete walls we will see Łydżba’s interpretations of Dürer’s motifs: plants, angels, landscapes. A bold artistic gesture and the sheer joy of colour.
The paintings by Krzysztof Pająk begin where the light is about to stop.
The latest exhibition of Katarzyna Karpowicz’s works revolves around her most favourite subjects and themes. The unpretentious title of ‘Man and Beast’ says a lot, but not everything.