“Daniel Pielucha is a painterly epic, revealing and manifesting the attitude of common aspects of fear and beauty..” – Piotr Głowacki
He was born in 1959 in Wieluń. He graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow, where in 1985 he obtained a diploma at the Faculty of Graphic Arts in Katowice. The kind of easel painting the artist produces is called “POLISH NADREALISM”. In his work, the painter, following the example of great predecessors, looks for features that demonstrate the distinctiveness of our culture. With great respect for the workshop and history of Polish painting, he emphasizes its unique character. He finds inspiration in the outskirts of our province, and therefore willingly participates in the most important open-air events of figurative art. The population of the Polish village, beliefs and customs are the scenery of painting visions, in which the author expresses his attitude to the contemporary world and the existence of another human being.
He presented his works both at individual and collective exhibitions at home and abroad- in Berlin, Stockholm, New York, Mexico…