Polish Artist Started Painting Just Five Years Ago, Here Are His Oil Paintings With The Particle Of Hope – Design You Trust

Polish Artist Started Painting Just Five Years Ago, Here Are His Oil Paintings With The Particle Of Hope

Igor Dobrowolski (previously featured) is one of the most creative artists in the contemporary art world.

Igor works are in collections of some most famous people and collectors like Channing Tatum, Gigi Hadid, Nicole Scherzinger, and Mohamed Hadid. Over the past five years, his works have been exhibited internationally in Los Angeles, London, Berlin, Warsaw.

Thanks to his incredible talent and innovative approach to raising awareness of social and political issues. Now could be the perfect time to invest in Igor Dobrowolski as his star rises throughout the contemporary art world.

His work has increased in value by 700% in the past two years.

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“There are many topics that I try to move in my work, or maybe the topics move me, such as death, depression, war, problems of the poor and homeless, addiction, narcissism, lack of empathy,” artist told Bored Panda.

“I feel however that the binding agent of all these problems or stories is suffering, a particle of hope, and attempt reminder that life can be terribly cruel and thereby show that „our” problems are not great, virtually non-existent in comparison to the aforementioned tragedy. Perhaps by this appreciating your life, our time, or ordinary moments. and the emphasis on understanding and empathy. I believe that empathy is one of the most important and very underestimated features.”

“I do not deceive myself with the salvation of the world, but maybe my work and the work of others, not necessarily in the art world, will help to fix something.”

“It is very important for me to include, in all of my works the particle of hope, because I believe it’s going to be „better” even after the greatest tragedies, perhaps for life or maybe death. I do not want to be too lofty, It’s just the way I feel and I do not know how to put it into words.”

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