After graduating, I had been painting for pleasure for a few years. Currently I paint on canvas one-off artworks, using mainly acrylic paints. I find a great pleasure in painting women, who are my biggest inspire. Characters are often situated in the abstract, non-defined space, because I have an interest in highlighting the beauty of the human body. I prefer soft colors and rarely use very vibrant ones. There are many artists, who I look up to, but my favorites are Modigliani and Klimt and from Polish artist – Wroblewski and Nowosielski.
„There is something ‘disturbing’ about Luk’s artworks, something that similarly to the genius ‘California Dreaming’ series by David Hockney, the godfather of British Pop Art, cannot be ‘read’ literally. I remember very well that when I saw Luks paintings for the first time I was sure that I am dealing with a visionary artist who isn’t afraid to speak with metaphors and who has recognized ‘the weak points’ of the modern world and effortlessly plays with it. Luk’s power to feel, and in great measure, to express, will live the impact on the face of contemporary Art.” BigArtTheory.com, October 2017