The work of Polish born artist Marek Wasylewicz may looks perplexingly simple, but there’s thoughtful meaning behind each piece he creates. Whether drawing, painting or crafting 3-dimensional displays, Wasylewicz infuses his work with his inner thoughts, passions and intuitions. The recent artwork of this well rounded artist features a series of graffiti style paintings and unique displays using nets, bandages, wood and wires. The paintings and installations boldly reflect Wasylewicz’s focus on dynamic expression and his ability to transform as an artist.
Wasylewicz began his artistic journey as a painter and was heavily inspired by European impressionists like Monet, Picasso, Van Gogh and Kandinsky. Through these masters Wayslewicz aimed to show people art his way. As time shifted so did Wayslewicz’s artistry. A journey that began as a figurative oil painter soon included abstract art and mixed media. Today Wasylewicz works have transcended yet again to neo-expressionism with focus on the essence of each form. Though he intends to demonstrate his view of art ultimately Wasylewicz creates for the joy and happiness he feels in completion of each piece.