Geometric landscapes only seem to be the result of full, mathematical control over the work. The artist includes an element of chance in his work. He fills the geometrically developed grid with colors, the choice of which is only partly under his control. Some parts of the image are filled with colors on a random basis - a dice or coin roll. However, fewer images are made using a random technique. Specific shapes, figures and views emerge from the grid of mosaic fields. It turns out that where there are depicting elements, objects in the painting, the artist selects the colors himself.


Geometry has always accompanied me, inspired by the paintings of the De Stijl group, I started painting landscapes of the Karkonosze Mountains with horizontal and vertical lines.
Over time, I began to thicken the space with more smaller squares and triangles, creating larger and more laborious images.