Characteristic, uncompromising, perfect.
When, right after graduation, he started working as a designer at the “Ząbkowice” glassworks, and then at “Staszic”, he faced difficult tasks. Training the crew from scratch, making himself stand out, finding his own recognisable style, and original identity as a designer. He succeeded perfectly.
On the collector’s market, characteristic “Fiedorowiczes” are easily found by fans of the design from the Polish People’s Republic.
His designs – both industrial and artistic – have entered the canon of Polish glass classics.
Graduated from the Faculty of Ceramics and Glass at the Academy of Fine Arts in Wrocław (now the E. Geppert Academy of Art and Design), 1973.
In 1974, he started working with the “Hortensja” Household Glassworks in Piotrków Trybunalski; in 1975, he was employed as a designer at “Ząbkowice” Household Glassworks – he carried out projects at the Siemianowice Śląskie glassworks branch. Artistic Director of the “Staszic” Glassworks in Dąbrowa Górnicza, 1979-1992. In 1983-1984, he taught glass design at the State Secondary School of Fine Arts in Dąbrowa Górnicza (currently: the Tadeusz Kantor Art Schools Complex). In 1993, he took up the position of city artist in Sosnowiec, where he worked until his retirement.
He received numerous awards and distinctions for his designs. He has participated in many group exhibitions in Poland and abroad. In 2019, a retrospective exhibition of his works “Glass – Reactivation” was held at the “Elektrownia” Contemporary Art Gallery in Czeladź.
In addition to his unique glass designs, he created unique objects from slow-moulded laminated glass, enriched with cobalt and copper.
His works are in museum and private collections, including: the National Museum in Wrocław, the Karkonosze Museum in Jelenia Góra, the Schoen Palace Museum in Sosnowiec, and the Museum in Gliwice.