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The Surreal Art of Jaroslaw JasnikowskiJaroslaw Jasnikowski was...



















The Surreal Art of Jaroslaw Jasnikowski

Jaroslaw Jasnikowski was born in Legnica,Poland in 1976. He took up painting in 1991. His first artistic steps were taken under the direction of Mirosława Lickiewicz, an artist and teacher from Legnica. At that time, science-fiction art was the artist’s main inspiration.

In the mid-90’s, Jasnikowski discovered works of Salvador Dalí and other surrealists. In 1998, on advice of Wojciech Siudmak, he decided to devote his work to fantastic realism which according to the artist is the most fascinating and the least restrictive form of expression. Currently, Jarosław Jasnikowski is one of the leading artists of this genre in Poland and his paintings have become parts of art collections all around the world. via


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