Art Golacki

Alternative Process, Analog, & Digital Works

April 2 - April 5, 2020

Reception: April 2, 2020, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

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Art Golacki is a multidisciplinary artist working with traditional mediums as well as installations, photography and digital processing.  He was born in Wroclaw, Poland where he also accomplished a Master Degree in Fine Arts.  For the past twenty years, Golacki has lived and worked in the United Kingdom, currently in Millport, Scotland. 
 
In each of Golacki’s enigmatic still-life images, a number of man-made, as well as organic objects, are covered in monochromatic paint and arranged to mimic the classical memento mori. This process renders many objects unidentifiable and thus visually equal; creating a primal, intuitive scene devoid of arbitrary learned judgments or categorical labels.  Golacki aspires to evoke a kind of reflective state of mind in the viewer while at the same time, creating an homage to the artistry of Old and also Contemporary Masters.

 

 

 

Art Golacki

Alternative Process, Analog, & Digital Works

April 2 - April 5, 2020

Reception: April 2, 2020, 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Still Life in Black with Watermelon / second variation
Still Life in Black with Watermelon / second variation

20" x 20"

Still Life in Black with Peppers / second variation
Still Life in Black with Peppers / second variation

20" x 20"

Still Life in Black with Melons / second variation
Still Life in Black with Melons / second variation

20" x 20"

Still Life in Wet with Cara-Cara Orange / second variation
Still Life in Wet with Cara-Cara Orange / second variation

20" x 20"

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Art Golacki is a multidisciplinary artist working with traditional mediums as well as installations, photography and digital processing.  He was born in Wroclaw, Poland where he also accomplished a Master Degree in Fine Arts.  For the past twenty years, Golacki has lived and worked in the United Kingdom, currently in Millport, Scotland. 
 
In each of Golacki’s enigmatic still-life images, a number of man-made, as well as organic objects, are covered in monochromatic paint and arranged to mimic the classical memento mori. This process renders many objects unidentifiable and thus visually equal; creating a primal, intuitive scene devoid of arbitrary learned judgments or categorical labels.  Golacki aspires to evoke a kind of reflective state of mind in the viewer while at the same time, creating an homage to the artistry of Old and also Contemporary Masters.

 

 

 

Still Life in Black with Watermelon / second variation
Still Life in Black with Watermelon / second variation
Still Life in Black with Peppers / second variation
Still Life in Black with Peppers / second variation
Still Life in Black with Melons / second variation
Still Life in Black with Melons / second variation
Still Life in Wet with Cara-Cara Orange / second variation
Still Life in Wet with Cara-Cara Orange / second variation
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The Infinity of Thoughts
50" x 50" - Acrylic on Canvas
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