Poland

Untitled

Date
2001
Type of object
Obraz
Technique
oil, canvas
Dimensions
180 x 200
Date of acquisition
2001
Catalogue no.
296

Bibliography

– 35. Ogólnopolski Konkurs Malarstwa „Bielska Jesień 2001” [kat. wyst.], Galeria Bielska BWA, Bielsko-Biała; 2001, reprod.: s. 15
– reprod.: „Relacje–Interpretacje”, nr 4/2010, wewn. str. okładki
– Lokomotywa. Wpływ kultury na rozwój lokalny [książka], red. A. Smalcerz, Galeria Bielska BWA, Bielsko-Biała 2011, repr. s. s. 100
– Kolekcja Sztuki Galerii Bielskiej BWA [album], red. i oprac. G. Cybulska, Galeria Bielska BWA, Bielsko-Biała 2011, s. 28, 30-31, 205
– Kat. wyst. „Strefa ciszy” – Rafał Borcz, Galeria Exravagance, 2013, Sosnowieckie Centrum Kultury, Sosnowiec, kat. s. 6
– Kartka z reprodukcją pracy, nakład 250 szt., wyd. Galeria Bielska BWA, 2013
– kalendarz na lata 2016–2017, reprodukcja pracy, format A3, Galeria Bielska BWA, 2015

Exhibitions

2001 – 35. Ogólnopolski Konkurs Malarstwa „Bielska Jesień 2001”, Galeria Bielska BWA, Bielsko-Biała
2005 – „Kolekcja Galerii Bielskiej BWA”, Galeria Bielska BWA, Bielsko-Biała
2006 – „Wilk”, wystawa indywidualna, Galeria Bielska BWA, Bielsko-Biała
2010 – „50 obrazów”, Galeria Bielska BWA, Bielsko-Biała
2011 – “Carpe diem” wystawa dzieł sztuki z Kolekcji Sztuki Galerii Bielskiej BWA, Apartamenty Sfera, Bielsko-Biała

Audio description

Seen from upper left to lower right, there are three brown-gray-and-black wolves running head-to-head through snow whose dirty white is broken with light shades of gray. The wolves’ elongated bodies, with straight unfurled tails and forward-thrust heads cast long dark gray shadows. The shadow in the foreground is lightened with blue on the left-hand side and disappears behind the left edge of the painting. The furs of the wolves, shimmering with various shades of golden beige, brown, gray and black, are painted with quick brushstrokes. The wolf in the foreground has the brightest coat. Its right foreleg is thrown forward, its left hind leg thrown back. Its body partially covers the silhouettes of the other two wolves. The wolf is a recurring motif in Rafał Borcz's work, reflecting the artist's fascination with wild, untamed and primitive nature. The artist paints what moves him, what has dynamism and energy. He often finds his inspiration in the wild forests of the Bieszczady Mountains. His paintings show empty landscapes, lonely trees, owls and wolves. His works express delight in the raw beauty of nature. Untitled was awarded the Grand Prix at the 35th National Competition of Painting “Bielska Jesień” in 2001.