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"Spring Day in Krakow"

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  Feature Artist Bio

Michał Jasiewicz - Spring Day in Krakow

Michał Jasiewicz - Via Del Corso

Michał Jasiewicz - Via Del Corso

Michał Jasiewicz - Lyon

Michał Jasiewicz - Lyon

Michał Jasiewicz - Afternoon Walk

Michał Jasiewicz - Afternoon Walk

Michał Jasiewicz - On the Road

Michał Jasiewicz - On the Road

Michał Jasiewicz - Mediterranean

Michał Jasiewicz - Mediterranean

Michał Jasiewicz - Backyard

Michał Jasiewicz - Backyard

Michał Jasiewicz - Aix-en-Provence

Michał Jasiewicz - Aix-en-Provence

Michał Jasiewicz - Palace on the Water

Michał Jasiewicz - Krakow, City in the Sun

Michał Jasiewicz - An Old Station

Michał Jasiewicz - An Old Station

Michał Jasiewicz - Ice Road

Michał Jasiewicz - Ice Road

                                                     

                                                          ARTIST'S OFFICIAL BIO                                                                                                                       (see above)                                        

 

 

 

Michał Jasiewicz's

OFFICIAL WEBSITE  

                                                   http://www.michaljasiewicz.com/                                              

 

By permission of the artist, The Cyber Art Show is pleased to feature the first of two 12-piece exhibitions of works by contemporary Polish landscape painter Michał Jasiewicz (born 1977 in Nowy SACZ, Poland). 

An architect by profession, Michal is also a professional painter, which he considers both a passion and a lifestyle. Contrary to his technical education, he perceives watercolor as a category of painting/art rather than graphics. Elements of architecture frequently appear in his works, though they are never represented directly; they are usually part of a broader cultural landscape. The coexistence of the natural landscape and human artifacts makes a remarkable material which enables the artist to create a half-realistic, half-poetic vision of the world, a vision as elusive as the changing light or seasons of the year. The resulting works are quite often inspired by a flash of light on a facade, shimmering surface of the water, billowing sky rather than by a particular object.

 

Michal is often invited to run painting workshops and live watercolour painting sessions both in Poland and abroad.

Many of his works are located In European, Chinese and American collections.

 

Selected Exhibitions
 

2016

- Fabriano in Acquarello, Italy (group)


- 1st International Watercolor Society Biennale, Vancouver BC, Canada


2015

 

Kielce (solo)

The 1st International Watercolour Exhibition IWS  Hànội, Vietnam. (group)

World Watercolour Triennale 2015,  Seoul, South Korea (group)

Re-interpretation 2015 International Watercolour Exhibition Tour in China (group)

2014

Kielce (solo)

Kazimierz (group)

- Bangkok - World Watermedia Exposition (group)

Rochemaure (group)

2013

Pruszków (group)

- Nowy Targ (group)

Bielsko-Biała (group)

2012

Kielce (solo)

2011

Nowy SAcz (solo)

 Gallery #502 

       April 26, 2017

Twelve Pieces by Contemporary Artist

                  Michał Jasiewicz (Born 1977)

                     ARTIST'S STATEMENT


“It's difficult to define my technique. It keeps changing, depending on the motif, momentary mood, accident. I constantly try to look for new ways and experiment. It must be fun! Painting brings me joy, which hates boredom and working within the framework of the skills I have learned.

Watercolour as a technique is a bit unpredictable; you need to give it autonomy and let it do half of the work for us. You can't try to control each detail, as it kills the greatest merit of watercolour - spontaneity and freshness.