Spatial arrangement suggested only by means of colour. A successive transition from the illusory to the allusive. Abstraction that can only be found in the mind of an artist searching for a form for the idea that wields it.

In Stefan Gierowski's paintings, the world and the man trying to find his place in it are metaphorically captured in the form of quasi-geometric forms. The planes of his paintings can be compared to the tissue of a living organism, the changeability of which is revealed in the unceasing yet systematic relationship between colours and the structures surrounding them. This interplay constitutes each and every painting he creates, even the smallest one, bearing witness to the artist's persistence and prudence in his attempt to find an answer to the question of the existence of each individual entity.

2018 "Line in Painting", BWA Gallery, Bielsko Biała, Poland
2002 "Fijałkowski/Gierowski. Visions of Painting", State Art Gallery, Sopot, Poland
2000 Stefan Gierowski. Paintings 1957-200, National Museum, Poznań, Poland
1998 Upper Silesian Museum, Bytom, Poland
1991 "Stefan Gierowski. Paintings 1958 - 1991", Zderzak Gallery, Cracow, Poland
1989-1990 "Painting the Ten Commandments", Archdiocesan Museum, Warsaw, Poland
1975 "Polish Painting", Museum of Modern Art, Mexico