Objective To apply experience and expertise in the creation and conservation of sculpture
in a broad spectrum of applications.
Education Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow, Poland
1975-1980 Specialization: stone, wood, and bronze sculpture.
Degree: Master of Art in Sculpture.
Diploma work: Melpomena (Muse of Theater.)
1970-1975 Vocational High School in Tarnow, Poland.
Specialization Design and creation of sculpture, as well as classic furniture.
Degree: Master of Art.
1980.82 Teacher of sculpture in Vocational High School
1985-90 Teacher in Art Teachers College
Sculpture Creation in Poland
1980 Malepomena, Muse of theater - wood
1981 Virgin Mary for the Redemptorist Monastery - stone
1982 Polish Eagle, in the memory of AK veterans - stone
1983 Crucifix - wood
1985 Monument of General J.Bem - bronze
1985 Bust of I.J. Paderewski, Kasna - bronze
1986 Epitafium J.Cierniak, Zaborow - bronze
1988 John Paul II Monument - bronze
Sculpture Creation in U.S.A
1991 I.J. Paderewski Portrait, exhibited at the Randolph Gallery
1992 Emiliano Zappatta, plaque - bronze
1992 M. T. Dudzik, Triptych, St.Stanislaus Kostka Church.
1992 Cathy Osterman Beach Plaque - bronze
1993 Sister Filibert Spizzirri, portrait plaque - wood
1994 Mary Theresa Dudzik- Epitafium, Crown Point Indiana
1996 Cancer Survival Center, Flower Vases - concrete
1996 Goudy Square Donors Plaque - bronze
1996 Ogden School Plaque - bronze
1997-98 Architectural details, Masterhand Construction - stone
1997 Memorial plaque of “Henryk Wawrzyczek” - bronze
1998 Memorial plaque for “Mitchell Kobeliñski” – wood
1998 Seated Madonna for St. Louis De Merillac Church – wood
1999 Tabernacle for Franciscan Sisters, Lemont, IL
2000 Wood Crucifix, Lemont, IL
2000-01 Portrait figures of Bl. L. Guanella, R. Bertolini, Bl. Klara Bosatta, Marcelia
Bossatta carved for St. Mary of Providence – wood2002 Design and fabrication of an extensive collection of furniture of carved wood with
bronze casings, Maya Polsky, Chicago, IL
2003 Madonna For Z. Oskwarek, Private property in Michigan – faux limestone
2003 Sculpture and Interior architectural elements for Ronald Chears - wood
2003 Scene of the Resurrection, Provincial House – polychrome wood
2003 Plaque and medal for 25th Anniversary of the Pontificate of John Paul II
For the friends of John Paul II foundation – white bronze
2004 Figure copy of St. Mary from Ludzmierz, for the Urbaniak Family - wood
2004 Mosaic, Church of St. Stanislaus the Martyr Parish – marble
2004 Emblem consecrate for the Basilica of Saint Hyacinth Parish in Chicago
2005-07 Portrait bust of Pope John Paul II in two variants – cast plaster
2005 Equestrian Rider Miniature, for the Polish Soldiers Association of Tadeusz
Kosciuszko in Chicago – Bronze
2005 Statue of Cardinal Bernardin for Big Shoulders Foundation – wood
2005-08 Regina Mater - The Ark of Mercy for The Archdiocese of Chicago – wood
2010 Portrait bust of Rotmistrz Witold Pilecki – cast bronze
2011 Memorial plaque for Our Lady Of The Bright Mount – Bronze finish resin
Sculpture conservation experience
2002 Preservation project: Fred Smith’s Wisconsin Concrete Park, Phillips, WI. Major
structural and surface conservation of 8 embellished concrete sculptures. Client:
Friends of Fred Smith, Inc. Project manager: Lisa Stone.
Structural and surface conservation of embellished concrete male figure by Fred
Smith; creation of structural support system for moving sculpture, for permanent
museum installation. Client: Kohler Foundation, Inc. and John Michael Kohler
Arts Center, Sheboygan, WI.
Condition report and conservation proposal requested from the Pecatonica
Educational Charitable Foundation, for conservation of 5 vandalized sculptures at
Nick Engelbert’s Grandview, Hollandale, WI. (Will address project in September.)
2001 Preservation project: Fred Smith’s Wisconsin Concrete Park, Phillips, WI. Major
structural and surface conservation of 19 embellished concrete sculptures.
Client: Friends of Fred Smith, Inc. Project manager: Lisa Stone.
1994 – 1997 Preservation project: Nick Engelbert’s Grandview, Working with conservator
Andrezj Dajnowski, created replicas of 9 original sculptures; worked on structural
and surface conservation of embellished concrete sculptures and embellished
concrete elements of the historic Engelbert house. Client: Kohler Foundation, Inc.
Project manager: Katie Franks.
1980-82 Teacher of sculpture in Vocational High School.
1985-90 Teacher in Art Teachers College.
2000-11 Teacher of sculpture at ARTORIUM Inc. A private art studio.
Primary aim and assets
My specialty is in the creation and conservation of sculpture. I have extensive
experience and facility with bronze, wood, stone, and concrete. I have extensive
experience in the conservation of sculpture in non-traditional mediums and am
sensitive to the requirements of this type of work.
References Available upon request.