He graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Katowice at the Faculty of Graphic Arts in Katowice. From 1993, he was a teacher at the Faculty of Arts of the University of Jan Długosz in Częstochowa. In 2007 he obtained the degree of habilitated doctor at the Academy of Fine Arts in Katowice. Since 2008, he has been working as a professor at UJD and WST in Katowice. He is a co-organizer and head of the UJD Graphics Department, where he leads, among others diploma workshop and author’s subject Graphic communication in public space.
He was born in 1954. Studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Cracow in 1976-1981 and earned a diploma in the chalcographic studio of Prof. Mieczysław Wejman and in painting under Prof. Jan Świderski in 1981.
In my creativity there is a special place for the elements, especially for water. Water is my main inspiration in sculpture but it also turns up in my art installations as a material/ medium. After throwing on a potter’s wheel, objects are deformed in a way that is only possible in this technique.
Łukasz Morawski, born on 15 February 1964 in Zabrze, earned a Diploma in Painting at the State High School of Fine Arts in Wrocław under the supervision of Prof. Konrad Jarodzki in 1988. In 1999, he defended a doctoral dissertation in the field of artistic painting at the Academy of Fine Arts in Wrocław, where he habilitated in 2008. It is also there that he has been running a drawing studio at the Chair of Painting and Sculpture since 2009.
Marek Batorski – Born in 1967 in Szczebrzeszyn. A visual artist. He received a PhD at the Institute of Painting and Art Education within the Faculty of Arts of the Pedagogical University in Cracow
Olga Wolniak was born in 1957 in Rangoon, Burma. In 1975-1980, She studied at the Faculty of Painting, Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw. She received a diploma in Painting in Architecture (currently Art in Public Spaces), mentored by Prof. J. Karczewski. She is very active in terms of creativity, participates in numerous individual and group exhibitions in the country and abroad.
W latach 1984 do 1989 studiowała malarstwo w Państwowej Wyższej Szkole Sztuk Plastycznych w Poznaniu. W roku 1989 obroniła z wyróżnieniem dyplom z malarstwa i tkaniny artystycznej w pracowniach prof. Jerzego Kałuckiego i prof. Anny Goebel.
Jaśmina Parkita was born in 1988 in Kielce. In 2008 – 2012, she studied Graphics at the Pedagogical University in Cracow. In 2014, she was conferred a degree with distinction at the Academy of Fine Arts in Łódź, Faculty of Fabrics and Clothing at Prof. Krystyna Czajkowska’s Printed Fabrics Studio.
born in 1980. IN 2005 – 2010, he studied at the E. Geppert Fine Arts Academy in Wrocław, at the Faculty of Painting and Sculpture. IN 2010, he received a graduation diploma with distinction. He is engaged in painting and sculpture. He lives and works in Wrocław.
Graduated from the Faculty of Sculpture at the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow, 2009. Her graduation work Sculpt-couture was awarded the Medal of the Academy of Fine Arts. Won the 1st prize in the International Fashion Competition Off Fashion Kielce (2010).
Born in 1979. In the years 2007-2011, studies at the Faculty of Painting and Sculpture of Eugeniusz Geppert Academy of Art and Design in Wrocław. In 2011, honours degree under supervision of Prof. Christos Mandzios, supplement on drawing under supervision of Prof. Przemysław Pintal. Since 2012, PhD student at the Faculty of Painting and Sculpture of the Academy of Art and Design in Wrocław. The artist is engaged in sculpture and drawing. She lives and works in Wrocław.
A graduate of the Faculty of Fine Arts UMK in Toruń. A diploma in painting from the studio of Prof. Janusz Kaczmarski in 1990. Currently, she is a professor at the UTP University of Science and Technology in Bydgoszcz. Director of the Department of Visual Arts of Construction, Architecture and Environmental Engineering. Cooperates with Prof. A. Simińska from the faculty of Interior Architecture at the UTP. Furthermore, she manages the University Gallery of Innovation.
Marta Pajek, born in 1982 in Kielce , completed studies at the Faculty of Graphics at the Academy of Fine Arts in Cracow and earned a degree in animated cartoon creation in 2005.
Having completed education at the Faculty of Painting at the Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts in the art studios of Professors Michał Bylina and Jacek Sienicki. He paints realistic or figurative images and abstractions. Młodożeniec is inspired by the traditions of the great avant-garde of the first half of the 20th century. For twenty years, he has been living and working in New York, a city he is eager to depict in his works.
1976-1981 he studied at the Faculty of Graphics at the Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts, diploma in the studio of poster art of Professor Henryk Tomaszewski. He lives and works in Warsaw. Winner of many Polish and international awards. He designs posters, paintings and animated films.
Zofia Nasierowska, born in 1938, successfully started taking photographs when she was only 7, and in her teenage years she had the first exhibition. She has been a member of the Association of Polish Art Photographers (ZPAF) since 1956. She was also honoured with the Artiste FIAP title by the International Federation of Photographic Art.
“3 Wymiary” w Galerii “Winda” Kieleckiego Centrum Kultury były kolejną wystawą Wojciecha Fangora, która rozwijała idee “Wystawy Wystawy” prezentowanej w Centrum Rzeźby Polskiej w Orońsku (kwiecień-maj 2005)
Arist of international standing. Born in 1949 in Lithuania, in 1968-1973 he studied at the Academy of Fine in Vilnius and moved to Poland in 1980.
He was born on 4 November 1922 in Zdołbunów in Volhynia. In 1944 – 45, he was a forced labourer in Królewiec. In 1946 – 51, he studied at the State Higher School of Visual Arts in Łódź under the tutelage of Władysław Strzemiński and Stefan Wegner. He earned a diploma in graphics under the supervision of Ludwik Tyrowicz.
Sergey Maximishin urodził się w 1964r. na Krymie, w miejscowości Kerch. W 1982r. przeprowadził się do Leningradu. W latach 1985-87 służył w Armii Radzieckiej, był fotografem w bazie armii Radzieckiej na Kubie.
Podczas TARGI KIELCE JAZZ FESTIWAL „MEMORIAL TO MILES” podziwialiśmy szczególą wystawę genialnego polskiego fotografa i fotografika Ryszarda Horowitza – „ALL THAT JAZZ”.
Prof. Marian Czapla was born in Gacki nr. Szydłowiec in the Kieleckie region. He is a graduate from the National Secondary School of General Education and Visual Arts (currently the Józef Szermentowski National Complex of Visual Art Schools) and the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw.
Retrospective exhibition showing a majority of Maria Juchnowska’s works. Working title – The Body, Private but not Personal.
On 15 May, for the first time ever in Kielce, we will have the honour to welcome distinguished artist Magdalena Abakanowicz and her superb creation.
Born in 1969. He graduated from the Faculty of Ceramics and Glass at the Wroclaw Academy of Fine Arts in 1996. He has been an assistant at the Faculty of Ceramics at the Wroclaw Academy of Fine Arts since 1999
A picture painted not with a human’s hand. Jerzy Nowosielski’s icons and archetypes exhibition is a presentation of works of one of the most outstanding contemporary Polish painters, the well-known and internationally renowned Jerzy Nowosielski
Czech photographer, painter and graphic artist, born in 1935. The man who captivated the world with his photographic, phantasmagorical sincerity.
I have been taking photographs for years. For a long time, I have pigeonholed my photographs until a friend of mine suggested that I should create a story out of some of my pictures
Podczas wystawy pt.:”Franciszek Starowieyski (1930 – 2009). PRZYJAŹNIE PARYSKIE 1683 – 1693.” zostało zaprezentowanych ponad 150 dzieł, polskiego plakacisty, grafika, malarza, rysownika i scenografa, pochodzących z paryskiej kolekcji A. i N. Avila.
Born in 1948 in Katowice, he graduated from the Warsaw Academy of Fine Arts. He is a lecturer at the Faculty of Architecture at the Warsaw University of Technology.
An outstanding Polish painter and graphic artist, one of the most distinctive personalities in the Polish contemporary art. The only Polish artist who managed to become an international success before the fall of Communism (for instance, he took part in “documenta 7” in Kassel in 1982).
An exhibition of paintings done by Prof. Czesław Rzepiński and a group of his students will be an opportunity to remind of the Professor’s works and at the same time to present directions his students followed. The scenario of the exhibition is being developed with collaboration of the artist’s wife Anna Ryś Rzepińska and Wiesław Ochman, who is his long-standing friend and collector of his works.