Henryk studied Three Dimensional Design at Wolverhampton Polytechnic and sculpture at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw. After moving to London he worked for Harvey Nichols display department designing and producing some of their famous window displays. During his time there he was introduced to the field of decorative painting, and has worked as a decorative artist and prop maker since, specialising in ‘faux marbling’ including contributing to a number of books on the subject.
More recently he has been using the many skills and compositional ideas from these fields to develop an eclectic but always expressionistic style of work, investigating new avenues to create emotional impact
1979 - ‘Sculpture from Architecture’ at Avoncroft Museum of Buildings, Bromsrove.
1994 - ‘The Art of Decorative Painting’ at Café Rico, London W11
2012 - Paintings, at the Windmill Hotel, London NW2
2014 – Painting, at BAR gallery, London NW2