Andrzej Tuźnik – Places

Places are a loose series of paintings, usually landscapes, depicting the outskirts of cities, where people are anonymous elements of the landscape. We can only guess what emotions these characters have or what relations they connect. The viewer here is someone from outside, someone who is watching the fleeting moments. Tranquility that characterizes all images is a tool for formal aesthetic exploration. Their goal is to reach – through theme, mood, composition, color, light – more general rules for defining art. The desire to synthesize and remove unnecessary details is aimed at finding the essence of the things surrounding us and the impressions we perceive. As a result, places are a kind of a carrier and a pretext to discover yourself, your emotions and desires.


Andrzej Tuźnik – Born in 1974 in Puławy. He graduated from the Art Department of the Maria Curie Skłodowska University in Lublin. In 2000 he obtained a diploma in painting under the supervision of prof. Walenty Wróblewski, for which he received University Award. In the years 1997-2005 he worked as a visual artist at the Teatr im. Juliusz Osterwa in Lublin. Since 2005 he has been associated with the Tri-City, he works as a graphic designer at the Gdańsk Educational Publishing House. He belongs to the Association of Polish Artists and Artists of the Gdańsk District.

The artist’s works can be found in private collections in Poland, the United States, Canada, Scotland and Germany.