A Canadian artist, Mark Grasza was born in Poland(1942), educated at the oldest Polish University (Jaqiellonian, Krakow) where he obtained his Master Ed degree, he taught school in Poland and Austria. He studied drawing and painting under renowned artist Prof. Boleslaw Czedekowski and Prof. George Lukacz at the Institute of Plastic Arts, University of Lublin. He held exhibitions in Austria, Germany, England, where his paintings were of great demand by all collectors and investors abroad.
He portrays the simplicity of rural life in the part of Canada which has not yet been touched by industrialization and pollution.
He sees life in bright sunny colors, a symbol of the new generation of North Americans to work for a brighter future.
He finds landscape of the Ottawa Valley attractive and has found the right mood to express it in his style of painting.
Mark Grasza’s work can be found in public and private collections of dignitaries and collectors alike throughout North America and Europe.