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The Weird and Wonderful Art of Jaroslaw Jasnikowski Currently...

The Weird and Wonderful Art of Jaroslaw Jasnikowski

Currently Jasnikowski is one of the leading developers of fantastic realism in Poland, jogo paintings are in collections all over the world.
Images Jaroslaw Jaƛnikowskiego are kind of relationship with the artist’s journey through unknown worlds. By creating a different reality, put it right completely different physics, mocking yourself with gravity or the properties of matter. Although in many places, “Alternate Worlds” Jarka very similar to the reality that we encounter every day, it very quickly see that this apparent similarity is only pillar on which the artist builds his own world. Painting Jaƛnikowskiego is also characterized by a love of the author for any kind of fantastic vehicles, machines, as well as a love for Gothic. His paintings are shrouded in dark mystery, creating a unique atmosphere characteristic of the work of this artist.
Currently, Jarek, and his wife, Kate is also a painter, graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Wroclaw, live and create in the village Pasiecznik in the foothills of the Jizera.



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