Born in 1974, Poland
Resides in Chicago, USA
2000 M.F.A. Fashion Design – Academy of Fine Arts Diploma
under the supervision of Professor Barbara Hanuszkiewicz and Jerzy Kudukis – Lodz, Poland
1995-2000 Academy of Fine Arts, Department of Fashion Design -Lodz, Poland
1994 High School of Fine Arts – Czestochowa, Poland
2003 “Around the Coyote” Curator’s Choice (curated by Aron Packer and Karen Irvine) – Chicago, USA
2009 “Color and Form” EC Gallery – Chicago, USA
2009 “Reflections” Polish Center of Wisconsin Gallery, – Franklin, USA
2008 “Body, Object, Texture” EC Gallery – Chicago, USA
2007 Polish Center of Wisconsin, “Creative Visions” – Franklin, USA
2005 The Second International Art Forum Adi Art – Lodz, Poland
2003 Around The Coyote Arts Festival – Chicago, USA
2001 Around The Coyote Arts Festival – Chicago, USA
1999 Around The Coyote Arts Festival – Chicago, USA
1998 Around The Coyote Arts Festival – Chicago, USA
1997 “Zlota Nitka”,Pret-a-Porter Cattegory – Lodz, Poland
1997 Individual Exhibition – Czestochowa, Poland
1996 Group Exhibit – Lodz, Poland
1992 IV Biennale of Young Artist – Swidnica, Poland

Color has become an important tool for me, one which I ultimately use as a powerful expression of human emotions. The color acts as a form, volume, space and light.

My paintings convey a relationship between nature and the human spirit and are a result of work, which although spontaneous is also peaceful and aesthetic, dominated by pure abstraction and spiritualistic thinking. While my passions and strong emotions play a vital role in the process of creating , it seems I always know from the very start what I want to accomplish. 

The abstract paintings I create possess the power to touch the viewer in a palpable and exciting way, yet never speaking of recognizable things. In my quest to eliminate traditional subject matter, I have arrived at pure abstraction. Today my subjects are either purely emotional or intellectual. 

The paintings reveal my fascination with geometric abstraction. They create an impression of shapes moving forward, almost trying to escape the canvas with vitality and energy. 
The paintings’ dazzling surfaces seem to barely contain their inner dynamism and luminosity – qualities that are conveyed through an intensive process of thin layers and light strokes.
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