explores the human form in all its complexity and from a multitude of perspectives that range from the classical figure to the abstract while creating a juxtaposition of vivid color, delineating line, intriguing forms, and fluid brush strokes. Many of Najda’s paintings, at first, appear impenetrable but ambiguity is the essence of his work; a voyage of discovery and an exploration of the primitive-self while exploring the boundaries between imagination and the subconscious, produce an abstraction of thought. Najda calls this elemental art ‘quantism’.
Najda’s work leads the viewer into a mysterious, sparse landscape with ambiguous human forms; creating tension that provokes a wide range of humanistic, scientific, philosophical, and intellectual questions which Najda describes as ‘painting the unknown.’
Najda was born in Glasgow, Scotland and currently spend his time between both Poland and Scotland. Often described as a ‘Renaissance Man,’ Najda is a polymath in the sciences, literature, and the arts. Najda’s exploration of creative development encompasses mediums that span from painting and drawing to photography, sculpture, and video.