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110 x 65 x 50
The inspiration for the title comes from the Italian island of Sicily, beautiful, charming, and enchanting, yet full of mysteries, like a volcano evoking a delicate sense of unease. The sculpture is not a reflection of a specific individual; it is a portrait of a woman in a general sense, aiming to showcase the greatest values and mysteries that the female gender can possess. She is depicted in a euphoric, dreamy, blissful, and carefree manner. Is this truly the case? What lies beneath the cover of innocence and deep semi-sleep? The torn divisions that separate her face into three parts indicate that she is not a flawless woman with a clear conscience and misguided happiness, which is visible in the given moment. Personal dilemmas within each of us lead to internal divisions that are not always noticeable on the outside. In the case of this sculpture, they are evidently contrasted with stoic calmness. Numerous abrasions on the material additionally give it a special radiance... is it the joy and euphoria resulting from the rays of the Sicilian sun? Or is it a symbol of a glimmer of light in the tunnel leading to the undiscovered nature of women?
Born in 1984 in Kielce. He graduated from the State Secondary School of Fine Arts in Kielce and studied at the Institute of Fine Arts at the Świętokrzyska Academy in the fields of Artistic Masonry and Workshop Graphics. In his own workshop, he embeds aluminum and metals in a powerful and rediscovered neoclassicism and modernity.
Madejski captures the emotions he develops in his contemporary characters. Mainly made by women. His faces and bodies are original and taken out of context. A coherent element of his work is to fill the created works with calmness, which gives the figures presented in the object’s undeniable beauty. The essence of his works are emotions enchanted in sculptures. His work not only inspires to give it a new meaning, but most of all it catches attention. acc. recipients, the objects created by Madejski cannot be forgotten.
Madejski embeds his sculptures in contemporary frames and structures of precious materials, thanks to which they perfectly correspond not only with classic interior architecture but also with contemporary discourse and modern spaces. He designs and sculpts in plaster, sandstone, granite, marble, wood, resin, aluminum, and bronze. He knows no limits in the scale of the realized characters.
In his artistic work, he has over 50 objects that, with the recognition of investors, emphasize the beauty of numerous interiors in the country and abroad.