Primary medium: OIL ON CANVAS
Born on December 17th 1982 in
Melbourne, Australia, Kuba is a painter and poet working
predominately in the area of visionary/mystic art. A
number of early experiences fostered an interest in
fantastic art and spirituality. Brought up by Polish
parents, a graphic designer and a devout catholic
mother, both of whom influenced his path as an artist.
In 2006 Kuba completed a Bachelor of Painting at RMIT
before embarking on a nine month journey to Europe to
further his growing interest in renaissance art. In 2007
he spent six months working as a painting apprentice for
Austrian artist Prof. Ernst Fuchs.
In 2008 Kuba
was employed at Victorian Art Conservation where he
worked as a picture framer and art restorer. During this
period he began a cycle of painting exploring the
‘divine influx’ expressing the interplay of divine
forces within the receptive vessel of the human being.
Ambrose’s travels led him to Jordan, Israel, Bali and
Far North Queensland. In 2011 he was invited to teach
the ‘misch technik’ during a ten day painting retreat in
Ubud, Bali. This was followed by the ‘InSpire’ workshop
in Cairns and the ‘Sacred Realms’ and ‘Sacred Visions’
seminars in Melbourne together with Daniel Mirante and
Basia Wiacek. In 2012 he travelled to Torri Superiore in
Italy to take part in the ‘Expanded Visions in the
MischTechnik’ hosted by Laurence Caruana.
His artwork has
been exhibited internationally and can be found in
numerous art collections.
currently based in Vienna, Austria where he will be
teaching as a lecturer at the Vienna Academy of