Adam Bujak, born 1958 in Poland, is one of the most highly acclaimed contemporary painters. His work is characterized by its uniqueness in style and subject, with his paintings featuring abstract shapes, forms, structures and distinct color gradients. He is known for his use of mixed media, combining traditional painting with digital techniques, and often uses photography, sculpture, and digital art to create his works. His most renowned pieces include The Comfort of the Masks (1977), The Black Series (1981-1982), A Series of Fragments (1984-1985) and Inner Gardens (1993).
Adam Bujak, Polish artist, contemporary painting, abstract shapes, mixed media, digital art, The Comfort of the Masks, The Black Series, A Series of Fragments, Inner Gardens.
— Mei Wang
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