Artistic mosaic workshops

I am a graduate of the Wrocław School of Artistic Crafts, and I further developed my artistic skills and knowledge at the University of the Pope and the Krakow University of Technology, culminating in the Fine Arts Faculty in Toruń. I regularly conduct commercial workshops on artistic mosaic in Poznań, Kraków, Wrocław, and Warsaw. My works can be found not only in Poland but also beyond our country’s borders, including at ZEUGMA, the world’s largest mosaic museum located in Turkey.

In 2009, I co-founded and chaired the “Association of Polish Mosaic Artists,” which was the only organization in Poland uniting creators practicing this rare artistic technique.

Years of experience in various projects have allowed me to become more daring in mosaic art. In my workshop, I also engage in conservation work, which means restoring the original appearance and shine to beautiful but neglected historical mosaics.

In 2012, I came up with and organized, along with the authorities of the city of Krakow, the first mosaic action in public space in Poland, where everyone could participate. The action was called “Wyspiański on Mogilska,” and we repeated it in 2013 at Rondo Mogilskie, also in Krakow.

Thanks to collaboration with Pam Givens, in the same year, I was invited to an international exhibition at Clauiano Art Exhibition Gallery in Italy, which resulted in expanding my international contacts in the mosaic world.

In 2014, the most recent mosaic action in Krakow took place, called “Mehoffer on Mogilska.” All three editions of the event gathered nearly 5,000 active mosaic layers, creating over 180 square meters of mosaic artwork. You can admire the results on the EVENTS page. In the same year, I joined the nationwide “Save the Mosaics” campaign, and through our cooperation, we managed to conserve over 325 square meters of ceramic mosaic (1965) at Kijów Cinema in Krakow. In Toruń, in collaboration with the Center for Contemporary Art, we carried out the reconstruction of Franciszek Michał’s mosaic based on the 1968 design.

In 2015, I achieved first place in the international contemporary mosaic competition Gaziantep Mozaik Yarışması 2015 in Turkey, and I am very proud because I was the only Pole. Here is the link to the competition page: Competition Page:

In 2018, I organized an exhibition and artistic mosaic workshops at the Poznań International Fair during the Stone Fair. Our guest was the renowned Italian mosaic artist Giulio Menossi, who also presented his original works.

In 2019, I was invited to the International Stone Congress in Izmir, Turkey, where I appeared as a speaker, presenting my mosaic technique as an example of the evolution of this art form and its modern character.

In 2020, I created a mosaic portrait of Pope John Paul II, which is located in one of the so-called “Papal Windows” in Poland, of which there are only two.

In 2021, I completed another large mosaic depicting Stanisław Wyspiański for the City of Krakow, this time as the patron of an elementary school bearing his name.