Olbinski’s lush images are layered with complex psychology. He does not paint the landscape of scientific reality, but rather maps the interiors of the mind. Like Dali and Magritte before him, Olbinski’s work has a poetic resonance. He depicts the mind as a theater of dreams, with new attractions around every corner.

“Poetic humor is a quality rarely found in the fine arts,” says Andre Parinuad, President of the International Arts Salon in Paris. “Rafal Olbinski has this gift. He wants to show us that our imagination is a magical world which we are recreating forever. He draws us into a different universe, and forces us to use our eyes to participate in a marvelous world which is the true dimension of dreams.”