Artyści - Marek Maślaniec

Marek Maślaniec

1979

Sculptor. He finished the State Fine Arts High School in Cracow. In the years 2001-2006, he studied at Jan Matejko Academy of Fine Arts under Prof. Bogusz Salwiński. In 2019, he received the medal “Pro Patria”. He is the author of sculptures and monuments located in Poland and abroad such as the monument of Kazimierz Górski by the National Stadium in Warsaw (2014), the monument of Józef Piłsudski in Zamość (2018), the monument of Danuta Siedzikówna “Inka” in Gruszki (2017), the monument of King Casimir II the Great in Niepołomice (2003), the monument of Maciej Miechowita standing by the Jagiellonian University in Cracow (2004), a copy of the sculpture of Diana of Versailles in Prudnik (2011), the sculpture of Marita Gronau in Klein-Strömkendorf in Germany (2017), a series of sculptures of miners in Wieliczka (2011), a monument of Dziecko Nienarodzone in Bochnia (2013) as well as three benched of Prof. Stanisław Hadyna in Koszęcin (2006), in Wisła (2010) and Siewierz (2019). With Agnieszka Świerzowicz, they executed a model of the monument of Bataliony Chłopskie in Warsaw (2019), the monument of Jadwiga of Poland in Inowrocław (2011), the monument of John Paul II in Los Alamos in the USA (2011), the monument of Tadeusz Nalepa in Rzeszów (2009).

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