Janusz Jędrzejowski is a sculptor born on October 4, 1956 in Zakopane. A graduate of the Antoni Kenar State Secondary School of Fine Arts in Zakopane, he studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow (specialization - sculpture). He obtained his diploma in the studio of prof. Józef the Negro. He is a teacher of sculpture and furniture at the Zespół Szkół Plastycznych im. A. Kenar in Zakopane. Works in wood and metal. He presented his sculptures at several dozen collective and several individual exhibitions organized in the country and abroad. He lives and works in Zakopane.
2006- Municipal Art Gallery - Zakopane Dwór Karwacjanów - Gorlice Galeria MOK -Dębica
2007- Władysław Hasior Gallery- Zakopane
2013- Dwór Karwacjanów and Gładyszów - Gorlice
2016- BWA Ostrowiec Świętokrzyski
Realizations: Plaque commemorating the 75th anniversary of the death of M. Skłodowska-Curie - France Plaque patron of the school Mariusz Zaruski - Zakopane Plaque commemorating the 100th anniversary of regaining independence - Bukowina Tatrzańska Memorial plaques in Wiktorówki Tombstone of Władysław Trebunia "Tutki" Plaque patron of the school Pope John Paul II - Ochotnica Plaque patron of the school Pope John Paul II- Zaskale.
Commemorative statuettes: 40th International Mountain Folklore Festival - jubilee statuette "Zbyrcok" statuette for the best band - International Festival of Mountain Folklore Marek Tatrzańska - for the best entrepreneur in the Tatra poviat 3E-statuette for an office furniture designer in the country.
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