Adam Wolski

About artist


Polish painter, sculptor, graphic designer, scenographer, art dealer. Born in 1937 and lived in Zagnańsk. He studied at the Higher School of Fine Arts in Wrocław, but graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw in 1963. In the 1970’s and 1980’s he developed his own style — a type of non-geometric and geometric abstraction, created with the use of modern construction technologies. His early works were compared to the paintings by José Clemente Orozco and Diego Rivera. He organized national meetings (“Art and Fashion”, “Luncheons on the Grass”) that gathered many artists and culure activists, and the National Festival of Arts and Fashion (since 1996). Co-founder of the first Modern Art Gallery in Kielce (1982), the National Auctions of Art (1983) and the Council of Kielce Artists. Author of many wall paintings, for example in the Center of Culture in Kielce and Kielce University of Technology. Winner of the Kielce City Award in 2002.


Adam Wolski

Landscape of Lanckorona

See »