The labyrinth is a recurring theme in Łukasz Majcherowicz’s art. With each painting the artist ventures deeper on the journey into his unconscious, down the byways of reality. He tries to understand himself and the world. He poses questions but offers no answers.
who often expands themes into series (e.g. cinemas, landscapes). When talking about his masters, he points to Maurice Utrillo, James Whistler and Edward Hopper. Lately he has been interested mostly in urban landscape and water – coasts, lakes. Light-soaked and colour-saturated landscapes are usually desolate and an occasional human figure plays the role of an extra. These paintings are a far cry from realism. Bukowski does not take photos, but he never parts with his notepad.
Born in 1965 in Warsaw. Studied first at the State College of Visual Arts in Poznan and then at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw. Graduated in 1991 under tutorage of Prof Stefan Gierowski and Prof Edward Tarkowski. He works as a teaching assistant at the mural painting workshop at his alma mater.