Sunday Evening Art Gallery — Tytus Brzozowski

Tytus Brzozowski graduated from the Faculty of Architecture of the Warsaw University of Technology.He also studied and worked in Finland where he was searching for severe Nordic art and design.Brzozowski presents the city of his dreams – full of decorative buildings, narrow streets and soaring towers.

Using the elements of architecture and landscape that are characteristic for Warsaw, he creates new worlds that, despite its fairy character, are still local.He looks for stratifications of history, collates buildings from different places and times.In the paintings of Brzozowski one can find intriguing, surreal elements, hidden threads and events.More of Titus Brzozowki‘s work can be found at




8 thoughts on “Sunday Evening Art Gallery — Tytus Brzozowski

  1. I’m so glad. I’m a bit whimsical by nature, so I try not to show too many artists who are whimsical, too. I have come across so many that touch my heart with their soft-sided nature, but in the same stroke there are brilliant artists who have the most remarkable hard edges that need to be seen, too.


  2. I am sooooo happy to hear that! I always try and give a link to an artist’s website on the off chance someone wants to do just that. It’s like having one big art fair where the artists are just booths away from each other.

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  3. Stunning – I’ve spent a bit of time clicking links and looking at a lot of his work, I may buy one of the art prints (as soon as I can decide on which delights me most!). I’ve also subscribed to his instagram. Thank you for this wonderful introduction.


  4. That’s what caught my eye when I saw his art. There are a lot of similar artists that have a humorous hint in their paintings, but I enjoy them more when there is one foot in reality. In Tytus’s case, the landscape of Warsaw. It is a beautiful city, with people whom I would think bring a smile to your face as well.


  5. Incredible perspectives of city buildings and there people, the use of bright contrasting is exquisite, and especially enjoyed the visions of lightness through the hovering objects and people


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