294×294 mm, dry-point, 2019.
collage + oils + digital photomanipulation, 2019
collage + calligraphy, 297×420 mm, 2018
mokulito + monotype + digital photomanipulation
285×285 mm, mokulito/collagraphy + dip pen drawing, 2019.
285×285 mm, mokulito/collagraphy print + dip pen drawing + calligraphy, 2019 – title and words after the piece from the album Aviary by Julia Holter.
285×285 mm, mokulito/collagraphy print + calligraphy, 2019 — words from Poem 419 by Emily Dickinson (Polish interpretation by Stanisław Barańczak).
285×285 mm, mokulito/collagraphy print + dip pen drawing, 2018.
Collage + oils + ink, 28×42 cm, 2007 — I’ve just found it in the old portfolios after eleven years. I even forgot I had done something like this – one of those careless improvisations from the old days, which were happening in a moment or two. Then maybe no wonder there’s still a pinch of magic of that enthusiasm from the bygone years in it. Considering it’s a kind of a relic now, and the fact that my Mum loves it the way it is, I leave it as it is, and reveal to the world with all its imperfections. It’s December already – let me be sentimental for a while.