In art, I am particularly fascinated by the process of creating painting matter. Constant working is an act of purest, artistic expression, which is why I never plan the final appearance of an art piece. I can not define most of the visions transferred onto canvas, only with time, thanks to ambiguous titles, I clarify the message while maintaining the element of mystery anyways. In the end, the colored spots and the dynamic brushstrokes spread over the surface become mysterious silhouettes and portraits. My creative work goes towards an accidental patch of color, which forms partly figurative shapes.

Maciej Durski


Maciej Durski – a Polish visual artist and abstract painter. In his art, he examines the formal possibilities of a two-dimensional work. He puts the greatest emphasis on its colors, composition and structure. His works are in the collection of the Gallery Quadrillion situated in Warsaw which was founded by Carmen Tarcha. Artistic achievements include both individual and group exhibitions. Creative experiments are significantly influenced by trips to Italy and Norway (eg. the plein-air in Tuscany organized by Carmen Tarcha, 2018).

What I am doing today is not a result of the decision I made once, but it is rather some sort of evolution and constant searching for means which allow me to transfer my feelings on the flat surface of the picture.

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