Dancing Sun and Magnetic Waves by Aleksander Sielicki

Aleksander Sielicki presents his series of bright abstract expressionist paintings inspired by limited colour schemes, the sun and magnetic waves. Through his work, he explores the sensory impressions that light and colour can leave on the viewer’s physical and emotional landscape.

ArtistAleksander SielickiDatesMarch 14 – April 2LocationHallway Galleries

March 14 – April 2

I am an abstract expressionist painter.
I have always been fascinated by a one colour painting.
My desire was to paint with one colour, but at the same time, a three-dimensional spacial structure.
I came to the conclusion that I am indeed doing so and had started during my third year of Art Academy in Wroclaw, Poland in 1975.
My paintings are afterimages that remain when the eyes are closed and clearly provoke me to be in the third dimension.
These paintings are an extension of the exploring I did through my ceramics.
The moment when someone decides to be an artist is actually, every moment in the creative awareness process.
It is directly addressing another human.
It is like sharing a piece of yourself, as if breaking bread and giving.
So that everyone who wants, could taste the immaterial space, which is beyond that surrounding us with visible physicality.
This is why the statement, I am, therefore I create is so important to me.


The luminous celestial body around which the earth and other planets revolve, from which they receive heat and light, which is composed mainly of hydrogen and helium, and which has a mean distance from earth of about 93,000,000 miles (150,000,000 kilometers), a linear diameter of 864,000 miles (1,390,000 kilometers), and a mass 332,000 times greater than the earth.


For more information, purchase and commission enquiries:

Privacy Preference Center