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Born in 1963 in Lodz, Poland.
Graduated with distinction earning the title of Master of Art in Painting and Fabric Design at Strzeminski Academy of Fine Arts in Lodz, Poland, where he studied between 1988 and1993.
In 2001, he obtained the qualification of the first degree, and in 2010 was awarded a Post-doctoral Degree in Fine Arts at the Academy of Fine Arts in Lodz.
Currently, a research worker at the Institute of Textile Architecture of the Technical University of Lodz, where he has been employed for the last 26 years.
Team Leader of Art Training Centre at the Institute of Textile Architecture of the Technical University of Lodz.
Member of the Association of Polish Artists and Designers of the Warsaw Area.
Works in various types of media, such as: easel painting, drawing, unique fabric screen printing, and creating spatial objects.
His artistic activity include industrial fabrics design , as well as porcelain design and decoration.
Author of numerous individual exhibitions and participant of group ones, both in Poland (Lodz, Warsaw, Gdansk, Torun, Rzeszow, etc.) and abroad ( Germany, Denmark, France, Great Britain, etc.)
His works are in various national and foreign collections.
Artist about his work:
“My artwork is the reflection of a variety of experiences which in it take a deeply personal form of artistic expression. The course of creation is often accompanied by an intricate process of adding and taking away particular elements or thickening and thinning them in order to eventually achieve a piece saturated with vivid colours, while emanating elements of mystery and understatement…
Through continuous process of modifying the vision, I have come to the point where questions about the role and the sense of search for new forms of expression are as valid as ever. Without giving up my own beliefs, I am still trying to continue the dialogue not only with myself, but with the viewer, as well, inviting them to reflect on serious matters, but also on things of much less importance...”