by Rev. Marian Paskowicz
Exhibited at the Marian Library: January 9 - February 24, 1995
Pieces of straw and a razor blade take the place of paint and
brush in the hands of Marian Paskowicz, of Norristown,
Pennsylvania. "Many persons in Poland do straw painting," says
the artist, who came to this country in 1960, "but in the U.S. it
is rare only because artistic persons never have been exposed to
it and never have thought of straw as a real or true art medium."
Marian Paskowicz began doing straw art at the age of sixteen.
Marian Paskowicz's art form is unique, and the artist is not
eager to sell. Each of the hundreds of straw paintings is
copyrighted. Marian's ambition is not critical acclaim, fame or
wealth. He has an artist's dream, which is also the dream of a
man with a generous heart. His dream is someday to have his own
museum, where he can display his work for the joy of the
audience, and use the proceeds to help the homeless.
Madonna and Child with St. John, after Sodoma
Flight into Egypt, after Murillo
The Virgin with the Infant Jesus and St. John, after Correggio (attrib.)
Madonna Litta, after Leonardo da Vinci (Boltraffio)
Pieta, after Michelangelo
Our Lady of Czestochowa
Madonna and Child, after Bodenhausen
Madonna of the Pomegranate, after Boticelli
Madonna and Child (I), after Filippo Lippi
Vierge de Douleur, after Marmion
The Virgin and Child, after Bouts
Madonna and Child (II), after Filippo Lippi
The Rest on the Flight into Egypt, after Cantarini
Virgin and Child, after Murillo
Nativite, after Nicolas Mignard
The Annunciation, after Filippo Lippi
Madonna of the Street, after Feruzzi
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