Art from Poland

The Poles are very supportive of the millions of Ukrainian refugees.  Poland is a country with a long trouble history of occupation, most recently by the the de-facto occupation by the Russians.  They do not want the Russians back either.  There are some disturbing anti-democratic developments in Poland.  I do not know how Russia’s actions might effect the situation in Poland in regard to this.  However the Russian invasion reveals in part the effects of authoritarian rule.


Stare Miasto, Warsaw. 11.5*16.5′, 30*42 cm acrylics on paper.
Field and Stream, water color, 20 cm x 20 cm, 8″ x *” on Arches
Church at the Open Air Museum, Lublin
Pen and ink of Poznan Cathedral
Ulica Szorka, Torun
Ulica Szorka, Torun
Lech as a Young Man, pen and ink, 20×20 cm, 8×8″
Lech Now, watercolor, , 20×20 cm, 8×8″
Malbork Castle, watercolor, 20 x 20 cm, 8″ x 8″
Mill at Malbork Castle, pen and ink
Wawel Castle, Poland