Plogix Gallery Presents: Janusz Tworek’s Artworks at London Waterloo Station

In a groundbreaking initiative to bring art to the masses, Plogix Gallery, in collaboration with a select group of artists from across the nation, is set to transform London Waterloo Station into a vibrant showcase of creativity. Among the exclusive roster of talents is Janusz Tworek, a seasoned architect turned prolific artist whose journey through artistry spans nearly four decades.

Hailing from the picturesque landscapes of Krakow, Poland, and the sunny shores of Tenerife, Janusz Tworek’s artistic odyssey is as diverse and compelling as his works themselves. With almost 40 years of experience in architecture, Tworek’s transition into the realm of art seamlessly marries the precision of engineering with the boundless freedom of artistic expression.

“My name is Janusz Tworek,” he declares, “and like everyone in this profession, I am suspended between artistic sensitivity and engineering precision of thinking.”

Tworek’s artistic repertoire is as multifaceted as his background suggests. From collages to drawings, dry pastels to oil paintings, stained glass to ceramics, and even photography, his creative spirit knows no bounds. Yet, for Tworek, art transcends mere technique; it is a conduit for expressing his deepest emotions and attitudes towards reality.

“Emotions are everything – everything is an emotion,” Tworek professes, encapsulating the essence of his artistic philosophy. His works, born from the depths of instinct and emotion, eschew intellectual constraints, offering viewers an unfiltered glimpse into his innermost thoughts and feelings.

Despite his 67 years, Tworek remains an eternal student of the craft, continually evolving and adapting to new experiences. He shuns the notion of having a singular “style” of painting, instead embracing the fluidity of artistic expression. Each brushstroke, each composition is a testament to his ongoing exploration of the human experience.

For Tworek, the role of art extends far beyond mere aesthetics; it is a vital component of human existence, a mirror reflecting the collective consciousness of society. He believes in the intrinsic need for individuals to experience art, recognizing its profound impact on human culture and identity.

“My painting is spontaneous,” he explains, “resulting from the emotions I experience.” Indeed, Tworek’s works possess an undeniable energy and dynamism, inviting viewers to immerse themselves in a world where intellect yields to raw emotion, and reality intertwines with imagination.

Tworek’s artistic journey has taken him across continents, with exhibitions in Europe, the USA, and Canada, earning him accolades and recognition from peers and patrons alike. Among his proudest achievements is the exhibition at the historic Villa Am Kaiserweg in Austria, where his works shared space with masters such as Monet, Warhol, and Picasso.

As Tworek prepares to unveil his latest creations at London Waterloo Station, alongside a curated selection of artists handpicked by Plogix Gallery, the anticipation is palpable. It’s a testament to the enduring power of art to transcend boundaries, unite communities, and ignite the flames of inspiration in the hearts and minds of all who encounter it.

Among the captivating pieces to be showcased are:


This poignant oil painting on canvas delves into the complex dynamics of relationships, specifically highlighting the disturbing prevalence of male aggression towards women. With dimensions of 60x60cm without frame and 64x64cm with frame, “Intrusion” invites viewers to confront uncomfortable truths while admiring Tworek’s masterful use of color and form.

Thoughtfulness – in a masculine version

A masculine exploration of introspection and contemplation, “Thoughtfulness” transports viewers into a realm suspended in time and space. Measuring 70x70cm without frame and 74x74cm with frame, this framed oil painting on canvas is a testament to Tworek’s ability to capture the nuances of human emotion with unparalleled sensitivity and depth.


In “Machine,” Tworek confronts the modern dilemma of humanity’s increasing reliance on technology at the expense of own humanity. Painted on plywood with dimensions of 65x55cm, this striking oil painting serves as a stark reminder of the perils of technological progress unchecked by ethical considerations.

As London Waterloo Station prepares to become a hub of artistic expression and cultural exchange, Janusz Tworek’s works stand as a testament to the enduring power of art to provoke thought, evoke emotion, and inspire change.

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