Tadeusz WALCZAK teaches in an art school in Poland. He dedicates his life to practising art. He takes his wife on as his model and produces series.
He knows Witkacy, an early 20th century Polish painter and writer. When he paints his series of portraits, “he paints a firm”. Each portrait bears ciphers referring to the influences Witkacy used to have when he was painting.
Tadeusz’s painting is by no means enclosed in codes that would streamline his physical and mental condition. His work is quite a lively one. He “stands firm” on his painting, meaning that it is no show-off.