A new artist in the universal 3D models database Polish Artists. For over a dozen years he has been creating amazing images in which the real world is intertwined with dark, decaying visions. He is a perfectionist, his works are full of emotions, and the ghost of Zdzisław Beksiński hovers over everything. It is thanks to these works and traditional painting that another competitor arrived – Jarek Kubicki – designer, photographer, artistic director, graduate of the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdańsk.
In modern visual art, using a computer can be dangerous. Inexperienced artists, stunned by the ease of creation, begin to get lost. They fall into kitsch or pathos. They spoil the opinion of computer graphics. Jarek Kubicki restores balance by giving sensitivity lessons. His work gives meaning to hundreds of millions of images on the web. We have mysticism, lightness, finesse, simplicity, message, and story about man here. We have a time travel. We have an open door to another world. He is certainly an original artist. Over the years, he has developed a unique, extremely perfect style. His artistry and workshop can be seen at every turn. He plays with all possible techniques with ease. The richness of textures, shapes, shades – all this lies in his painting, drawing, photography, as well as video art. The art he creates is quite surreal. The border between reality and fiction is blurring, the world of his works is disturbing, we look at images charged with emotions. The author of the search in the recesses of the human mind, is inspired by man, and in particular feminine mystery.
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The Polish Artists Database is distributed with CAD Decor PRO, CAD Decor and CAD Kitchens. The database is available only to customers who have a service package. It can be downloaded via the internet updater or directly, using the link in the message sent to customers who have the package. A full description of the work is available in the file on pages 98-127.