The marriage of tradition and modernity, an impressive combination of form and décor, simplicity and decorativeness are the hallmarks of Janusz Robaszewski’s projects.
His projects are timeless realisations – this is their strength.
Dr Hanna Lawera, art historian, curator
Graduated from the Stanisław Wyspiański State Secondary School of Fine Arts (currently the Stanisław Wyspiański Art School Complex) in Jarosław, 1972. Graduate of the Music School in Jarosław, 1972. He plays soprano and tenor saxophone.
Graduated with distinction from the Faculty of Ceramics and Glass at the Academy of Fine Arts in Wrocław (now the E. Geppert Academy of Art and Design), in the studios of Professors Zbigniew Horbowy, Henryk Wilkowski and Ludwik Kiczura, 1977.
Designer and manager of the Company Design Centre, “Violetta” Crystal Glassworks in Stronia Śląskie, 1978-2010.
In 1978-1984 he took part in the International Fair in Poznań, where he received first and second prize in the “Model of the Year” competitions, 1980, 1981. His works were also presented at the International Fair in Frankfurt am Main, 1992-2008.
Participated in 5 solo exhibitions in Poland and numerous collective exhibitions at home and abroad: Austria, Germany, Finland, Lithuania, Hungary, Ukraine.
His works are in museum and private collections, including: the National Museum in Wrocław; the National Museum in Warsaw; the Karkonosze Museum in Jelenia Góra; the Schoen Palace Museum in Sosnowiec; the District Museum in Toruń; the Kłodzko District Museum in Kłodzko; the Wałbrzych Art Gallery Art Exhibition Office; the Prof. Eugeniusz Geppert Museum of the Academy of Fine Arts in Wrocław; the National Museum in Lviv, Ukraine; the Contemporary Glass Collection in Bárdudvarnok, Kaposvar Museum; the Small Museum in Szentendre, Hungary.
For 10 years, Secretary of the Supervisory Board of the Stronia Activity Park “Bear’s Cave”.
Since 1979 he has been playing, with breaks, in the Hutnicza Street Band in Stronia Śląska.