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Szydlowski, `

For more information about this artist, please email us at info@kiptonart.com or call 212-486-2608.

Awards
May 1995: Creativity in Art Award, New Milford, CT (Local)
June 1999: Fuji Film New Approach Award (National)
March 1999: William Brand Scholarship Award, Storrs, CT (Local)
April 2000: Stephanie Kaplowitt Memorial Scholarship, Storrs, CT (Local)
April 2000: University Fine Arts Talent Scholarship Award, Storrs CT (Local)
April 2001: Annual Senior Student Exhibition Faculty Recognition Award, Storrs, CT (Local)
2004Art Space 2000 Online Art Website Award (International)
World Wide Web Award 2002, 2003 (for online art websites) (International)
Diamond Web Award 2002 (international competition) (International)
September 2003: Flash Nu-Horizons Design Studio Award (National)
2008: FRANCO-POLACO FELLOWSHIP AWARD, Brooklyn, NY (Local)

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From early in his career, Szydlowski has explored the relationship between art and psychology. As a result, his work fuses elements of psychology with a unique style of painting to create a fresh expression of art which Szydlowski calls CerebralArt. He defines CerebralArt as "a painting and photography of the mind," and his own psyche is often a direct inspiration for his subject matter.______________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ Passionate about his vocation, he continually hones his technique in oil painting, charcoal, sculpture and multimedia. Szydlowski blends design and prolific color to imbue tradition with both a contemporary feeling and a timeless nature. For example his richly detailed painting, "My Renaissance Beauty," employs a neutral background as well as a mixture of light finishes not only to create a pleasant visual softness but also to give a sense of depth and texture. His wonderfully eclectic works are engaging, spirited, splendidly colorful, and elegantly presented. They are eminently suitable for today's offices and residences as well as private collections.____________________ ______________________________________________________________________ Szydlowski traveled widely abroad in the formative years of his career, immersing himself in the cultural heritage of such countries as Italy, France, and Switzerland as well as refining his artistic skills. In May of 1995 Szydlowski won a Creativity in Art Award at Canterbury High School in New Milford, CT. He received the Fuji Film New Approach Award from Fuji Corporation in 1999 as well as the William Brand Scholarship Award from the University of Connecticut. In the year 2000 Szydlowski was awarded the Stephanie Kaplowitt Memorial Scholarship and the University Fine Arts Talent Scholarship Award enabling him to focus on his art without distraction. Szydlowski majored in psychology and computer science at the University of Florida for two years and received his B.F.A from the University of Connecticut in 2001. He focused on the individualized study of technology and psychological response to computer media making the Deans List.______________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ Szydlowski was awarded the Annual Senior Student Exhibition Faculty Recognition Award upon graduation. After his academic interests Szydlowski studied along side poets, musicians and other artists constantly reinventing himself and his art. Szydlowski's profound interest in human psychology has helped give his art its unique definition. “In any society”, Szydlowski remarks, “progress depends on the ability of people to realize their potential as individuals.” This philosophy, quite simply, governs Szydlowski’s life and work. _______________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ “In my current body of work, I focus on modern technological advances in art and on the psychological responses to the computer as an artistic medium. I was inspired by these explorations to develop a unique style of painting that blurs the line between art and the science of psychology. My art merges the interface of inter-spatial boundaries that engage social and cultural metaphor via digital art practices in contemporary society. _______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ Since pursuing my career in art I have directed my efforts towards what interests me the most - painting and computer media. I often combine the two to create original works. A personal style has developed through the concepts expressed in my work to reinforce the ideas that I communicate through my work. ________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ I have accumulated many of the technological tools needed to materialize my ideas into a visual representation of what I am thinking about. My art reflects where I am as an individual and we are as a society and as it evolves. I realize how much it relates to my past and present and those persons by which I am influenced. In my work I strive to incorporate the leading edge in technology in order to stimulate the viewer illustrating the complexity of human thoughts and emotions. I find purpose and satisfaction in being an artist – two things essential to expressing and communicating my thoughts and ideas. _____________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ My dedication, creativity, and understanding of aspects relating to forms, content and meaning are clearly expressed in the way that I paint. I hope to advance my technical skills and create new ways I can approach my thoughts and ideas in order to transform them into something even more effective and evolved than where they currently are. I always push my work to be the best of my abilities and would not be satisfied with anything less.”______________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________________ David Szydlowski | www.DavidSzydlowski.com | Madison Avenue | New York, NY

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Dream Weaver


44 x 30 in.


Other



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Modern Art


70 x 80 in.


Oil on Canvas



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Puppeteer


48 x 38 in.


Photography, Mixed Media



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Prisoner of Desire (homage à Dali)


28 x 48 in.


Photography, Mixed Media



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Reality, Perception and Fantasy


38 x 48 in.


Photography, Mixed Media



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Philosophy Class: too many potatoes


32 x 48 in.


Photography, Mixed Media



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Wraith


48 x 32 in.


Photography, Mixed Media



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Darkling Plain


28 x 48 in.


Photography, Mixed Media



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Hot and Cold Running Romeos


32 x 48 in.


Photography, Mixed Media



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Cobalt Brooding


48 x 32 in.


Photography, Mixed Media



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Creature Comforts


48 x 34 in.


Photography, Mixed Media



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Sightless Sightseer


48 x 35 in.


Photography, Mixed Media



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Daddy Dearest


48 x 22 in.


Photography, Mixed Media



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Third Day


29 x 48 in.


Photography, Mixed Media



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Pagan Priestess and Her Legion


30 x 48 in.


Photography, Mixed Media



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Amphibian


48 x 28 in.


Photography, Mixed Media



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Gladiator


48 x 30 in.


Photography, Mixed Media



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Artworld


30 x 48 in.


Photography, Mixed Media



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Torch Song To Myself


62 x 35 in.


Photography, Mixed Media



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Intense Erotic Fantasy


48 x 28 in.


Photography, Mixed Media



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The Patron


28 x 48 in.


Photography, Mixed Media



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Wild Thing


48 x 30 in.


Photography, Mixed Media



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Persona


48 x 30 in.


Photography, Mixed Media



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Dimension Squared


32 x 48 in.


Photography, Mixed Media



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Past As Prologue


48 x 34 in.


Photography, Mixed Media



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not Untitled


34 x 32 in.


Photography, Mixed Media



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Egypt; A.D. 2000


48 x 30 in.


Photography, Mixed Media



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Friendly Air Space


34 x 32 in.


Photography, Mixed Media



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Bridge of Sighs


16 x 24 in.


Oil on Canvas



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Attitude


72 x 36 in.


Oil on Canvas



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Shattering the Galactic Void


36 x 96 in.


Oil on Canvas



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Maidenhead


36 x 48 in.


Oil on Wood



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All Work and No Play


48 x 36 in.


Oil on Canvas



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Ignis Fatuus


44 x 30 in.


Other



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Masquerade


24 x 18 in.


Oil on Canvas



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Circus Psyche


20 x 41 in.


Other



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Aborigine


22 x 28 in.


Oil on Canvas



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Bacchante


20 x 24 in.


Oil on Canvas



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Goddess


80 x 52 in.


Oil on Canvas



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Ecosystem Prodigy


60 x 60 in.


Acrylic on Canvas



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Mrs. Marinka Di Natale and Her Son


80 x 50 in.


Oil on Canvas



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Still Life, Atlantis


24 x 18 in.


Oil on Canvas



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Boxers in Love


48 x 43 in.


Oil on Canvas



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Galopagos


50 x 28 in.


Oil on Wood



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Unintimidated


58 x 48 in.


Oil on Wood



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Gucci Coo


18 x 14 in.


Oil on Canvas



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Ice Princess in Her Realm


30 x 20 in.


Oil on Canvas



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The Madness of George


20 x 30 in.


Oil on Canvas



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Madonna Dream Study


60 x 60 in.


Oil on Canvas



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Identity


30 x 40 in.


Oil on Canvas



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Thales of Miletus


20 x 24 in.


Oil on Canvas



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Madonna of the Schlock


78 x 46 in.


Oil on Canvas



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Question to One's Self


22 x 30 in.


Oil on Canvas



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Fumee d'Ambre Gris, Observed


18 x 24 in.


Oil on Canvas



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Boola Boola


16 x 12 in.


Oil on Canvas



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Ant Colony


28 x 36 in.


Other



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Battle of the Sexes


28 x 36 in.


Other



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Ojo del Gato


40 x 30 in.


Other



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GBX (Greeks Bearing Excess)


24 x 18 in.


Other



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St. George IS the Dragon


24 x 14 in.


Other



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Study 34


12 x 14 in.


Other



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Anorexia Intacta


48 x 30 in.


Photography, Mixed Media



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B.C. to P.C.


48 x 30 in.


Photography, Mixed Media



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Blind Salamander


50 x 30 in.


Photography, Mixed Media



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Cross Reference


36 x 24 in.


Photography, Mixed Media



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Foreshadowing


30 x 42 in.


Photography, Mixed Media



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My Renaissance Beauty


32 x 48 in.


Photography, Mixed Media



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Sirens


30 x 48 in.


Photography, Mixed Media



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Untitled


24 x 18 in.


Oil on Canvas



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White on White, Malevich revisited


20 x 22 in.


Oil on Canvas



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Blue Series: #2


20 x 24 in.


Oil on Canvas



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Blue Series #6


22 x 42 in.


Oil on Canvas, Mixed Media, Other


       

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