At the same time as I learned to speak, I was also a scribbler wherever I went - my mother told me about it. Whether on tablecloths or on walls. But I had such a need to master it in order to know how to do it, to draw a lot of ideas that I had just expected, but I have always been interested in man, man, what man invented, these various mechanisms, toys, how he invented his own needs. This is probably the subject of my pictures. This painting is not exactly intuitive. Always the basis, the starting point, however, is a drawing, a drawing that can be, but does not have to be further developed, that is painted, painted, painted. I this idea which has drawn wants to see in space and colour. It is painting wild, fast, expressionistic.

Painting makes me a strange difficulty, it is such overcoming. I often approach it as to a hedgehog. For drawing a biore at once, it doesn't cause me such problems. I am also very interested in texture painting, the use of some other matter, but it doesn't do it, it can ever be so busy.

I am also very interested in sculpture. I even have in the basement all the tone of clay, only I always find it on the surface. I would also like to examine how in space some ideas, some figures, these figures, these faces which paint and to examine their anatomy, to build not looking at anyone's face, at no photo, but to try to get it out of oneself, to find it in oneself. I would like to examine my thoughts about colours and try to think about sounds in the same way. Replace colors for sounds, see how colors play properly, what sounds have colors. ****** Interview given in 2008 ****** 

At the same time as I learned to speak, I was also a scribbler wherever I went - my mother told me about it. Whether on tablecloths or on walls. But I had such a need to master it in order to know how to do it, to draw a lot of ideas that I had just expected, but I have always been interested in man, man, what man invented, these various mechanisms, toys, how he invented his own needs. This is probably the subject of my pictures. This painting is not exactly intuitive. Always the basis, the starting point, however, is a drawing, a drawing that can be, but does not have to be further developed, that is painted, painted, painted. I this idea which has drawn wants to see in space and colour. It is painting wild, fast, expressionistic.
 
Painting makes me a strange difficulty, it is such overcoming. I often approach it as to a hedgehog. For drawing a biore at once, it doesn't cause me such problems. I am also very interested in texture painting, the use of some other matter, but it doesn't do it, it can ever be so busy.
 
I am also very interested in sculpture. I even have in the basement all the tone of clay, only I always find it on the surface. I would also like to examine how in space some ideas, some figures, these figures, these faces which paint and to examine their anatomy, to build not looking at anyone's face, at no photo, but to try to get it out of oneself, to find it in oneself. I would like to examine my thoughts about colours and try to think about sounds in the same way. Replace colors for sounds, see how colors play properly, what sounds have colors. ****** Interview given in 2008 ****** Interview given in 2008 ******
 
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I will construct a mysterious cube - the gates of hells or paradises - depending on how a person opens it and activates whether it will result in an earthquake or choral songs of madrigals in the nave of the main cathedral of time, or the seemingly tempting depth will open, but then it will turn out to be a vice vice trap of emptiness crushing the void broken by nothingness koma nonsense - all accompanied by the bloodthirsty gibberish of succubus and incubus and other mascarons.

As as assistants to the belzebub himself, in yet another combination, the cube will lead to the state of Buddha looking at the self-eating grey during the last supper spent on the occasion of the creation of such a state - that is, there will be feedback and loops of time, which can have various results at the same time, protect this existential pain!                                                            (June 2016)

"Marcin Tomaszewski (born 1971, Toruń) * Tomaszewski's painting introduces the viewer to a magical world. The imagination of the viewer may be exposed to a big shock, the metaphysical visions of the author are close to the limits of absurdity. The subject of the author's deliberations is a woman looking for further continuation in the ongoing evolution of existence. Tomaszewski studied at the Faculty of Painting of the Nicolaus Copernicus University in Prof. Mieczysław Ziomek's studio in Toruń. He has had several solo and group exhibitions in Poland and abroad. *Source: Unicum desa.