Painting surrounded by other artists and people filled with pancakes, Emily Oaks
Piotr Wolodkowicz is a post historical artist, his paintings start with a color idea and then he develops the abstract composition in which the color is the primary subject. Balance, vibrancy, simplicity are his primary goals which he achieves through his landscapes. His work romanticizes places that might not seem noteworthy but are beautiful in those short moments when they exist. He was born in Poland and now lives in Chicago Ill. His art education started in Poland and then it continued in Wright College and Oakton College. He has been involved in numerous curatorial projects with International Art Group and Phantom Galleries that focus on a dialog between cultures and show that art is our common language. He is the President of Elk Grove Village Art League and a vice president of the Polish Arts Club of Chicago.