Stanisław Białogłowicz   Łukasz Huculak   Janusz Kaczmarski   Piotr Klugowski   Paweł Lewandowski-Palle   Magdalena Rabizo-Birek
Mirosława Rochecka   Kazimierz Rochecki   Aleksandra Simińska   Joanna Stasiak   Wiesław Szamborski   Krzysztof Wachowiak



He was born in 1941. Attended lectures at the Head School for Planning and Statistics in Warsaw in 19591960. In the years 1960-1966 he studied at the Department of Painting, Graphics, and Sculpture of the Fine Arts Academy in Warsaw in the workshops of Professor Antoni Byliński and Professor Michał Bylina. He majored in mural painting with Professor Witold Miller and Stefan Gierowski, and then in workshop graphics with Professor Andrzej Rudziński and Jóżef Pakulski. He obtained his diploma with distinction and F. Bartoszek and Z. Bobowski prize in the workshop of Professor Michał Bylina in 1966. In the first years after graduating, until 1974, he held exhibitions together with Marek Sapetto. He has been working at the FAA in Warsaw since 1968; in 1990 he became Associate Professor, and in 1996 he received the title of full Professor. He has been leading painting workshops since 1991. In 1987-188 he was the Vice-Dean of the Department of Painting. Since 1991, he has been Head of the Painting and Drawing Department. He obtained a scholarship from the Italian government (in 1978) and the Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst (in 1988). In the 1980s he was an active participant of the Independent Culture Movement. He has held dozens of individual exhibitions in Poland and in Germany, including: Art Centre Studio Gallery, Warsaw (1989, 2003); Zachęta National Art Gallery (2004 - jointly with Marek Sapetto); Zapiecek Gallery, Warsaw (1973, 1980, 2001), "SEASONS OF THE YEAR, TIMES OF THE DAY" AZ Gallery, Łódź (2003), New Gallery, Poznań (2005, 2006). He also participated in over 400 group exhibitions. His work can be found in National Museums in Warsaw, Cracow, Szczecin, Wrocław, and Poznań, in Regional Museums, Galleries, and BWA across Poland, as well as in collections abroad (Sweden, Germany, France, Italy, Great Britain, Greece, Turkey, USA, Canada, and Japan).

The 5th Polish Painting Forum - The Nature of Things - Orelec 2006