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  CELEBRITY, also referred to as a celeb in popular culture, is a person who has a prominent profile and commands a 
  great degree of public fascination and influence in day-to-day media. The term is synonymous with
wealth implied 
  with great popular appeal, prominence in a particular field, and is easily recognized by the general public.

- Celebrity -
Art Bank Gallery

March 2012


Celebrity 1


- Magic of Light - Forgotten -
Art Bank Gallery

April 2012


REFLECTIONS, Magic of Light”: On the middle of summer my eyes were caught by astonishing creation of Light 
  on the wooden sculpture of “Jesus Head” displayed on the plate in the antique store. The sun-light has formed a cross 
  over the “Jesus Head”. Immediately I shot a series of fast photos. The sun moved within the next 4 minutes and I never 
  saw the “magic” again. I call these few photos “Magic of Light – Forgotten”, and I present them to you.


Forgotten 1


Forgotten 2

Forgotten 3 

Forgotten 4


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Sensual Pleasure


- I Somtimes Do Not Know What To Say, 
But Every Day I Make Progress -

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  “REFLECTIONS, I’m nice in Blue”: In 2008 I was asked to take this photograph off the wall by one of Indianapolis 
  Downtown Gallery because, as I was informed, “it was offending the public”. I replaced this photo with triptych 
  “Striptease in a big City”. No complaints were filed this time.


I'm nice in Blue


by Kamil


by Kamil

triptease in a Big City

by Kamil

  While classic photography is capturing a moment, my camera is trying to understand what Light is telling me. 
  This way I have a chance to interpret the moment deeper and further up.


- I Love My Cars -
Art Bank Gallery
  May 2012 

  Always fascinated by reflections in glass I was intrigued by the interesting reflections in cars. I realized that cars 
  could tell us wonderful stories.


Just Car

La Belle Epoque


also Indiana Designe Center
Carmel, 200 South Rangeline Road, second floor

- Way Off Theater -
O for a Muse of fire, that would ascend
The brightest heaven of invation!
A kingdom for a stage, princes to act,
And monarchs to behold the swelling scene!
"King Henry 5th" by
William Shakespeare
May 2012



Old Jew

Richard 3rd

  Remember that it's exciting when the image is confusing at first, and the eye is able to gradually make sense of what 
  it's seeing. This is what REFLECTIONS are about.


- All About Sex -
I Somtimes Do Not Know What To Say, 
But Every Day I Make Progress

  "All About Sex": This title has been censored in 2010 by one Gallery in Zionsville, Indiana, as the word “Sex” could 
  offend the public.  In this case all name tags for entire exhibit have been placed (hidden) on the back of photographs. 
  I decided to change the title to "Politically Correct";
see: allAboutSex.html

Art Bank Gallery
- Ecstasy -
June 2012



also Indiana Designe Center
200 South Rangeline Road, second floor, Carmel, IN

- Lets Do Art 1 - 

1.Picassos Lost Muse (on canvas,size 25x34) 
2.Just a Girl (on aluminum plate, size 25x36) 
3.Study for a Portrait of a Young Girl 
(on aluminum plate, size 25x36)
June 2012

- Politically Correct - 
  term created by our lawyers, denotes ideas, polices, and behavior seen as seeking to minimize social and  
  institutional offense in occupational, gender, racial, cultural, sexual orientation, beliefs or ideologies, disability, 
  and age-related contexts doing so to an excessive extent. With a time it became the most unlikeable term created 
  by  "a genius" of XX Century. 

Art Bank Gallery
- Measure for Measure -
July 2012

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also Indiana Designe Center
 200 South Rangeline Road, second floor, Carmel, IN

- Lets Do Art 2 -
1.Lisa Mona  (on canvas, size 25x34),
2.Her Style (on canvas, size 25x34),
3.La Belle Epoque (on canvas, size 25x34),
4.Desire in a Picture (on canvas, size 25x34),
July 2012

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and Columbia Club
121 Monument Cir, Indianapolis, IN

July - September 2012

Art Bank Gallery
- Portrait of a Young Man - 
August 2012

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also Clowes Memorial Hall of Buttler University
 4602 Sunset Av., IN 46208

- Manhattan Rhapsody -
in the Name of Fanaticism
August 16 - October 8


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    "There is a hampered world created by us, the unskillful creators, still beautiful in its imperfection. The reality of it is 
    continuously doubted and in this doubt we find our purpose.
And there is the true, potent universe which forcefully 
    moves forward on its own terms tossing us around in disregard. There we are between those two, stretched and 
    barely holding until we
lose our grip when we fall. This is little space we have but it has multiplicity of dimensions".
Krys Podgorski

- Manhattan Rhapsody -
 Art Bank Gallery
September 2012

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  The project REFLECTIONS - Manhattan Rhapsody, Spellbound within the Form, presented below is the result of my 
  fascination with the beauty of life's Forms of yesterday and today.
see: Manhatta Rhapsody, part 1


waiting for




crowd control


middle class

Art Bank Gallery
- Unisex - 
October 2012

   Unisex, the term was coined in the 1960s and was used fairly informally. Though the combining form uni- is 
   from the Latin unus meaning one, the term seems to have been influenced by words such as united and 
where the uni-prefix takes on the sense of shared. In this sense, it can be seen as meaning shared 
   by both sexes


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   Gender has several definitions. It usually refers to a set of characteristics that are considered to distinguish between 
   male and female, reflect one's biological sex, or reflect one's gender identity.



   Unisex refers to things that are suitable for either gender, designed, or suitable for both sexes; not distinguishing 
   between male and female; undifferentiated as to sex: unisex clothes

Art Bank Gallery
- Study For a Portrait - 
November 2012

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   Project Study for a Portrait presents an analysis of figures from different points of view.

study for a portrait 
in blue 1

study for a portrait 
in blue 2

study for a portrait 
in blue 3

study for a portrait 
in blue 4

study for a portrait 1

study for a portrait 2

study for a portrait 3

study for a portrait 4



child 1

child 2

far away 1

far away 2

dual personality




here 1

here 2

creation 1

creation 2

creation 3

creation 4

   Mercutio: The pox of such antic, lisping, affecting fantasticoes; these new tuners of accents! – By Jesu, a very good 
   whore! – Why, is not this a lamentable thing, grandsire, that we should be this, afflicted with these strange flies, these
   fashion-mongerss, these pardonnez-mois, who stand so much on the new form that they cannot sit at ease on the old 
   bench? O, their bons, their bons!

                                                        from "Romeo and Juliet" by
William Shakespeare

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