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Janusz Skowron


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b. 1958

Painting, Graphics, Photography

Janusz Skowron was born in Kolbuszowa, Poland. He studied Fine Arts at the University of UMCS in Lublin and received a Masters Degree in Lithography in 1983 from Professor D. Kolwzan- Nowicka. Since 1989 Janusz has been living and working in New York City. He is a member of the international multimedia art group “Emotionalism” (since 1999), “The Polish Artists Association”, “The Polish Institute of Arts & Sciences of America” (PIASA), and “New Century Artists Gallery” (NYC). He is the co-founder of the “KONT Gallery” (1978) and SHTOOKA Gallery (2006). In 2008 Skowron was a co-organizer and participant in the international exhibit, “Entropy of Art”. In his artwork he moves easily between figurative and more abstract themes. His sensibility is constantly in flux between inner and outer realities and this leads his paintings and drawings to an exquisite and evocative psychological tension. His art screams, shouts, and whispers feelings and moods of the moment, which range from anger, pain, and ecstasy to serenity, joy, and intellectual reflection. Each of his works is done in one session; he never goes back to the mood of moment. It wouldn’t be genuine, you cannot feel exact emotions twice.
Janusz took part in more than a hundred exhibitions, displaying his works in Poland, Hungary, USA, South Korea, China, France, Denmark, and Germany. He does painting, drawing, photography and graphic arts. Since 2001 his illustrations have been published by the New York magazine “Kurier Plus”. Janusz was the curator of several exhibitions and is a promoter of Polish Art in America.

Płomienie / Flames
Akt /Nude
Maski / Masks
Wiosenny pejzaż / Landscape- Spring

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