Sylwester Chłodziński is a sculptor born in 1965 in Częstochowa. He obtained his apprentice diploma in woodcarving in the studio of the Master of Artistic Crafts, Stanisław Kijeński.
The artist creates in wood, marble, steel, bronze and ceramics. He has many years of practice in the profession of a restaurateur - he renovated, among others, the Franciscan Sanctuary in Kazimierz on the Vistula.
Chłodziński participated in the implementation of city monuments, such as the Jakub Boehme monument in Zgorzelec, the Greater Poland Insurgents monument in Brzoza and Barcin. He also worked on the scenery of the Karkonoskie Secrets in Karpacz.
He took part in artistic plein-airs in Poland and in international plein-airs (Czech Republic, Greece, Poland, Spain). He has over a dozen individual and collective exhibitions, and his works are in private collections in Poland and abroad.
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