A sculptor, he graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw in the studio of Janusz Antoni Pastwa. Winner of the Minister of Culture and Art award. Participant of many exhibitions at home and abroad. Author of such sculptures as: “Moth”, “Warsaw dream”, “Mother, where are your children “, “Now you go alone” and many others. He cooperates with street artists such as Monstfur, Sepe, Chazme and Seikon. Co-founder of the Iron Oxide collective. He lives with his family in Warsaw. Holder of the artistic scholarship of the Marshal of the Warmian-Masurian VoivodeshipTomasz Górnicki is a sculptor of the Young Generation in Poland. He combines classic workshop education gained at the Faculty of Sculpture at the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw (diploma at the studio of professor Janusz Antoni Pastwa), with creation, imagination and courage in the field of aesthetic experiments. In his work he seamlessly moves among different techniques and materials alternately using marble, clay, bronze and steel. Górnicki is also one of few sculptors in Europe, who so uncompromisingly annexes the space of the street in the need of his creativity. He creates both monumental works in architectural surroundings and alternative installations as Górnicki cooperates with street art artists and collectives like Monstfur, Sepe, Chazme, Seikon. He is laureate of The Ministry of Culture and National Heritage Scholarship 2009/2010..