ANDRZEJ BOROWSKI (born in 1969)
He studied at the Academy of Fine Arts , at the Departments of Graphics and Painting in the atelier of professor Zbysław Maciejewski. In 1994 he was awarded in the National Competition for the best “Landscape in Contemporary Painting (Cracow, 1994)
Seelected exhibitions: Colony, Nurnberg, Dusseldorfu, Soolingen, Jever, Tilburg, Sandomierz, Warsaw, Frankfurt, Gandawa, Rzeszów, Strasbourg, Mallorca, New York, and Bordeaux.
"As Giorgio Vasari wrote five hundred years ago in his Lives of artists, the painters owe Giotto Bondone as much as they own Nature that is their model, and which most wonderful aspects they imitate. Andrzej Borowski is one of those privileged artists, who reach out for the traditions of Florence masters' fresco with total consciousness. By watching the great works of toscanian art revolutionists he learned humility against the reality in its most timeless aspect. The relevance to nature, the objective beauty and remarkable harmony in Borowski's paintings is a legacy of the harbingers of Renaissance, similar to their finding of the long forgotten values of classic arts. And here it emerges, among the noisy and full of chaos reality, in the life and art, so much traditional yet fresh art radiating with beauty. Golden, Giotto-like third plans, warm sienna colours blended with decorative line determine the continuity of art, which can renew itself in a remarkable way, as the rebirth of man, every age being the tale of revival."