Dariusz Choinski is a Polish painter living in Jaktorow, a beautiful wooded hamlet of 900 people near Warsaw. The area was a favorite hunting ground for princes of Mazovia and Polish kings. Dariusz hikes these historical paths to gather inspiration and source material for his classically styled landscape paintings. He focuses on documenting the past and present. Dariusz’s subjects range from modern streets to a 19th century nobleman’s house that’s falling into disrepair. Growing up, he was interested in making music and graffiti, however it wasn’t until 2017 that he began seriously pursuing oil painting. Looking at his work, it’s impressive to consider that he is entirely self-taught, taking advantage of the bounty of training available online. “I do realize that I'm only at the beginning stage of this adventure but I already decided to fully commit to the passion I really love,” says Dariusz.