Aleksander Grzybek - visual artist, born in Białystok, where he lives and works. He deals with painting and other art disciplines. In 1979 he graduated from the Institute of Artistic Education in Lublin in the studio of Marian Bogusz and Andrzej Kołodziejek. In the years 1975-1981 he exhibited with Grupa A.S., of which he co-founded (1975). He collaborated in the organization of Lublin Art Meetings (there are still projects at the Lubelska Spółdzielnia Mieszkaniowa estate).
He has over a dozen individual exhibitions (including drawing and painting exhibitions in Łomża in the years: 1982, 1983, 2004 and 2018) and participation in over 30 group exhibitions, plein-airs and art competitions. His works are in the collections of the Podlasie Museum, the "Arsenal" Gallery in Białystok, the "Stopka" Social Press Studies Association in Łomża and in many private collections in Poland and abroad.
The main theme of his work is man. The human figure was reduced by the artist to a graphic sign and multiplied. The configurations of the silhouettes, showing the spiritual and emotional sides of the human psyche, are arranged in various compositional forms.
The artist works with children, teenagers and adults on a daily basis. He was a long-time art teacher at the Secondary School of Fine Arts in Supraśl. Currently, he is an art therapist and teacher in primary, secondary and post-secondary schools. He conducts workshops for teachers. He is one of the first art therapists.
Individual exhibitions from recent years: an exhibition of paintings and a film about the artist, "Angels of Master Alexander"; painting exhibition in Bonn; painting exhibition in New York; painting exhibition in Budapest; painting exhibition at the University Library in Białystok; the exhibition "Zza Horyzontem" at the Bialystok Puppet Theater; exhibition of paintings "Na Pewno Sto" at the Contemporary Art Gallery of the North-Masovian Museum.
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