The artistic project “Calendar” has very rational beginnings. Working as an architect, I have noticed that I miss more creative activities. So I started experimenting with more artistic means of expression. Looking for ways to combine my photography and graphics, I came across collages. I was delighted with their creativity and freedom. But of course it turned out that they are not easy to design at all. But I was fascinated and didn’t want to give up so easily. That’s why I took up a challenge that would improve my abilities and provide the right dose of creativity.


I chose the calendar as the topic. Thanks to this, I do (at least) one illustration per month. I can also easily see my progress in this area. The Lady of October was the first. Through portraits, I try to convey my feelings about the  month. Emotions are presented in the colors, attitudes of the characters and the depicted animals. I am very curious about the end result of this process.

  • October in warm red colors, cozy, regardless of whether it brings the last sunrays of summer or the first autumn rains.
  • November is very serious, with a bit of a horror ahead of the coming winter.
  • December, despite the low temperatures, warms hearts and brings a bit of humor.
  • January has a very lively and penetrating (from cold) mind and unexpected moments of energy surge.
  • February is inconspicuous and wanders a bit in a fog, although from time to time it gives voice to its harsh nature.
  • March has a hold over us. We are all waiting for spring and she cannot decide if it is time for new energy to bloom.
  • April has the delicacy of the first flowers and the energy of the spring sun.
  • May hides her dreams and secrets among lilac flowers.
  • June has the sexiness of undiscovered summer days. She winks for fun.
  • July is full of the satisfaction of abundance and the peaceful hope of more.
  • August breathes heavily in the heat of the days. She just finished the summer marathon.
  • September loses energy to look back. Completely unnecessarily, she should run forward with her creativity.
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