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Started Mar 19, 2009


Abbajacusa -absolute surrealism

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I am neither a dreamer nor a realist.
I try to enrich myself in life and in the endless aspects of an eternal shifting reality.
Its alterability forces myself not to enslave me from laws
and truths made by human beings.
About my artwork
Roland Rafael Repczuk creates realistic and surealistic oilpaintings on canvas in using techniques of the old masters.
I have many-sided interests. Art, philosophy, literature, religion, music, language, policy, life, nature, love
Centre of the artworld:
nowhere and everywhere

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We are pleased to welcome you to the world of Roland Rafael Repczuk's art. Each picture, painted by the artist himself, links to a gallery on R.R.Repczuk's personal website, so you can have a look at his creations in a better quality. His entire works are structured in 17 galleries. We're at work and now we can tell you that we have almost finished the translation of this page into English so it is possible to read the description in english.
We are pleased that you can now enjoy the colourful richness of this website without complications.

A click on the painting leads you to the gallery


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At 17:09 on May 27, 2011, Rossello Damiano said…




At 23:37 on April 16, 2011, Liz Kane said…
Hello Roland, just enjoyed a visit to your website, great work thank you! As a self-taught and unknown artist (25 yrs) I have come to believe that the process is more valuable than the end product. As Alvaro commented earlier down the page Yes I have accumulated a lot of paintings run out of space and destroyed lots of paintings, I often find myself in need (though usually it's just a matter of more stuff). I am a selfish artist painting for myself first, each to our own, I'm not painting for profit or recognition but to satisfy my own (non-stuff) needs that keep me connected to the spirit of creation with the ability to experience awe when I see a bird or a flower etc. like I have never seen it before. I think it's important to practice our art however we choose and that all paths are valid, even when they seem bogus, because in the end I think we are all here learning pretty much the same lesson or lessons. Happy learning, Liz
At 15:02 on February 18, 2011, Carlos Cesar Alves said…
I dont want to be repeting but...:)  I love your work!!!!
At 21:40 on September 22, 2010, Gala Leonova said…
congratulations!!! Iam very impressed of yours works!
At 17:28 on May 3, 2010, Carlos Cesar Alves said…
You work is incredible.. Congratulations !!!!!!
At 17:19 on February 26, 2010, Scott Engering said…
My artwork project is realtively new for me.....just 7 years. I am still learning but I know that is essential to have other sources of income.

At 21:08 on February 16, 2010, Alvaro Franklin said…
I work for 60 years as an artist, besides the search of things that occur in the art world over the years, I had the opportunity, obviously needed to understand better, I had to study in a school of arts and crafts and a College of philosophy, to understand various aspects of talent, the development of the senses and of course the improvement in sensitivity. In several areas that stirred inside me, then I discovered the meaning of talent in all its aspects.
As for working with art, the artist must be double the artist to make art and know how to put on the market, each work has a price on its creation and implementation is you than define and evaluate your own work. The worst critic and the artist himself, do the work for everyone. Not selfishly for yourself, if you accumulate works you will be in need!!!!

Congratulations and success I really enjoyed your symbolism (kill the dragon in yourself and will be free!!!)


At 20:52 on February 14, 2010, Patty Oblack said…
Self-Education does not carry the stigma it once did. I view my ability as a gift. All the education in a lifetime won't matter, without talent, no matter what country you live in.
At 20:01 on January 20, 2010, agung said…
sorry I have been educated at a university in bandung, maybe your experience could be a reflection of the future for me.
At 20:57 on January 18, 2010, Stefano Garau said…
Rafael, of course studying art doesn't make you an artist, but helps when it comes to food :-)


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