I am a Polish painter, and actually this point in time is just the beginning of my adventure with fine art. I am in my fourth year of painting studies at Nicolaus Copernicus University in Toruń. In my search for a so-called ‘style’ I attempt the use of all possible art mediums in order to express my feelings, fears and depiction of experiences that have thrilled me most. At one time I considered that the best way to give voice to my mood of the moment was through surreal imagery. But now my fascination lies with abstract painting. I think that abstraction is more suggestive and intimate because it appears to me that through layers of chaotic incoherent patches and their facture it helps me to express exactly what is on my mind. Sometimes I treat my paintings as a simple game, with various patterns and textures, also different metallic or organic objects which I glue to my artworks. Great pleasure is derived from doing this when I commence painting, I usually do so without a plan or consideration for the final effect. It is then, that all the chance details, lines and colours start to harmonize into a composition of amazing shapes by which the imagination is aroused, to provide impulse for further artistic release. My act of creativity is crowned in the form of an ambiguous word-game which I endeavour to ‘smuggle’ into the titles.