I never went to art school.
I was born in London of refugee parents from Poland. When I was six years old my grandmother gave me a paintbrush and some oil paints and asked me to paint a picture and since then I have never stopped painting.
In Mexico in 1975 I studied under a Spanish- Mexican painter, Virgilio Ruiz Fernández, the techniques of the old masters using egg tempera. Also intermittently between 1975 and 1986, I studied drawing and oil painting techniques under maestro Juan Blanco Rodriguez (1922-1988) a Mexican painter from San Luis Potosi. Since coming to South Korea I have studied under Kang Chan Mo, a South Korean painter, the techniques of oriental natural color on Korean natural paper.
After college I went to see the world.
1976 Galeria Chapultepec, Mexico D.F.
1984 Canning House, London (With my father)
1978 Confraternity of Polish Artists in GB, Posk Gallery, London
1979 Jose Marti Cultural Center, Mexico D.F. (February)
1979 Jose Marti Cultural Center, Mexico D.F. (August)
1979 Jose Marti Cultural Center, Mexico D.F. (Nov-Dec)
1981 Hospital General de Mexico D.F.
1982 Petroleos Mexicanos Gallery, Mexico D.F.
1982 Edificio del Aqua, Naucalpan Mexico
1983 Confraternity of Polish Artists in GB, Posk Gallery, London
2002 Vernissage of Sierra Leonean water color paintings, Freetown
2017 The Artbox Project Gallery, Basel, on video screen (June)
2018 The Artbox Project, New York, Armory, on video screen (March)