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The Polish Fairy Tale

“When I examine myself and my methods of thought, I come to the conclusion that the gift of fantasy has meant more to me than any talent for abstract, positive thinking. ”  ― Albert Einstein The Polish Fairy Tale - New painting from my new series Phantasmagoria It is a fairy tale about a Caterina di Barche, a daughter of a Polish prince from the Piast dynasty and a Tuscans princess from Siena. Once upon a time at the lands of the kingdom of Malopolska lived a princess named Caterina di Barche. The locals called her Delight…

Structures Implicated - the texture in abstract.

My new abstract. It is a real pleasure to experiment and play with adding textures to an oil painting. First the oil paints, added in different thicknesses and in different ways (brushes and pallet knifes). After that the fun of making textures. I used little, tiny sticks, pallet knifes and pins. The variety of textures you can achieve is amazing. It is never too late to learn new things. I am pleased with the end product. Structures Implicated by Kasia B. Turajczyk Linen canvas, size 88 cm high x 40 cm length.

The beautiful, the sacred and the contemporary art

It is an open secret that contemporary art has lost its connection to beauty and the sacred. Another very important aspect is the craftsmanship. A huge percentage of contemporary art colleges' students and contemporary artists can’t draw or paint. The only thing that they are able to do is to express their own ideas or feelings. There is no beauty in most of the products of art and the sacred element is missing. Sassetta (Stefano di Giovanni) (Italian, Sienese, active by 1423 Annunciation by Simone Martini and Lippo Memmi, around 1333 - detail On the other hand XX/XXI century art was/is an act of expression, so perhaps I am wrong. Maybe contemporary art is the expression of contemporary people who have lost any connection with the beautiful and the sacred?! Maybe they may not need these aesthetical and ethical sentiments from the past. Mass culture, popular culture, deception, profit, popularity and selfishness. The flow of information is so overwhelming - we don't


Here are images of the paintings I sold since 2004 till today. It should be a blend of figurative, surreal, collages and abstract paintings.  It is actually very interesting for me to see what I made and gave away = sold.   Oil landscapes and city views     2. Water colour landscapes, city views etc.    3. Portraits - unfortunately only a view images are available.    4. Nude - watercolour  5. Landscape, nature, trees - acrylics 6. Collages  7. Surreal - oil, acrylic and the rest 8. Abstract and abstract figurative I am missing 10 images of portraits and watercolour fault.