Panuszka's paintings

Panuszka's paintings

Ryszard J. Panuszka
6460 Eastern Range Road, INDIANAPOLIS, IN 46234
Facebook: Panuszka's Paintings Gallery.
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The Art has been my interest since youth living in Poland near Tatra Mountains. Sketching skills I increased at College. My academic background was with the University of Science and Technology. Working in research and academic I had chance of investigations environments of cities, mountains, rivers and waterfalls taking sound tests, pictures and movies. Living in Poland and in Sweden, Italy and Britain I was in real touch with arts. My painting in America was influenced from the memories and pictures these countries.
Having no formal art education I was inspired by Adam Radzik from Poland with his internet lessons of painting. I began art in 2014 mentored by Mark Kelso in Amhakia Studio in Bargersville IN, with acrylic and oil media in the areas of nature, portrait and landscape. Additionally I was mentored at Artistic Designs Gallery in Brownsburg IN and I have studied at the Indianapolis Art Center “Paint Like an Impressionists” mentored by Addie Hirschten. My paintings were presented at art Galleries and Art Festivals in Indiana US.
Painting mostly at weekends I'm trying to built my own style studying old masters and contemporary artist of impressionism using brush and knife technique. I have a passion for art and art makes me extremely happy when doing.
When painting I am influenced by spiritual music. My paintings are presented in Facebook, Google+, ArtPal and Etsy. I administer a “Nature and Home” and a “Nature of the Mountains” in Facebook. In 2016 I was awarded "Best of Show" in oil and acrylic with my painting “Still in Life with Pot and Fruit” at the 22nd Annual Art and Photography Show in Lebanon, IN, Fifties Festival. In 2016 almost all of my paintings were presented for a month of November at Sugar Creek Art Center Gallery in Thorntown IN. Also several other were in exposition in December 3-11 2016 at Eagle Creek Park Gallery Indianapolis for exposition of Celebration of Nature.


Buildings and Architecture


Still Life


Seascapes, Dunes, Marine and Coast