One of the most prolific artists of his generation, Waldemar Swierzy’s innovative—and often controversial—artwork has captured the world’s attention and cast him at the center of an exciting evolving graphic arts movement that began in Europe and spread across the globe over the last fifty years. Świerzy is a Polish artist.
He graduated from the Kraków Academy of Fine Arts in 1952. He has subsequently been Professor in the University of Fine Arts in Poznań from 1965 and Professor in the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw since 1994. He employs unusual concepts with a variety of techniques. With a myriad of styles: folk art from the 50s, pop art from the 60s, portraits from the 70s, & TV images from the 80s In addition, his Jazz Greats series of famous American jazz personalities has become so well-known that he recently reissued them as signed lithographs.