Images in this gallery were painted with acrylics on canvas or Clayboard®.
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© Slawek Wojtowicz 1993
This gorgeous and exotic lady is waiting for her date to pick her up. He is already thirty minutes late but she cannot afford any signs of impatience... Please click here to read a beatiful poem written by Pris Campbell and entitled "Light Years". She told me she was inspired by this image ...

© Slawek Wojtowicz 1994
This is the star system that fascinates me so much (see "Escort Service"). The Jupiter-type planet has been stretched and twisted to conform to the designs of the inhabitants of that region of space (maybe it serves as a source of energy?), while several Earth-type planets have been gracefully joined together to form this interesting flower-like pattern...

© Slawek Wojtowicz 1995
This painting is a little bit different... It was born in the process of experimentation with new, fluorescent acrylic paints that I smeared on the canvas in a burst of spontaneity, and then worked on it for a while to bring up the details.

© Slawek Wojtowicz 1995
This guy just became a billionaire. How? Well, there is this planet in the Delta sector, with ruins of some long gone and forgotten civilization. What distinguishes this particular planet from thousands of other abandoned worlds ? Mushrooms. Not your common type that grows everywhere, but the unique Red Poison, the source of the elixir of eternal youth. It grows only on that planet and nowhere else. Are you still asking how this guy got rich?

© Slawek Wojtowicz 1995
This painting is my most symbolic to date. It is enough to say that it was created after my Mother passed away and just before I got married. The woman in this painting coincidentally looks just like my Mom... It is also a working clock (with 4 hands) and the title reflects my admiration for the Father of surreal/fantasy and science-fiction art - Salvador Dali.

© Slawek Wojtowicz 1997
There are days, when besieged by the storms of life, we shrink and feel like little children abandoned in a strange place... The ground is cracking under our feet and we have to choose our path quickly... It is so hard to make a choice, when all of the doors seem to be so dark and threatening. Yet, we pick one door and walk through... Was the choice the right one?

© Slawek Wojtowicz 1997
Can you tell where is the sun on this painting? How come it is so dark there? Well, the double star is hidden behind the third moon, which is not visible on this painting. Solar eclipses are very common on this particular planet...

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