In Unseen Light, Robert Blonski explores the relationship between nature and humans, mortality and essence, wherein he highlights the therapeutic importance of art through his unique voice and vision.

Coupling the symbolism of his imagery with his process of layered applications, excavated surfaces and delicate shimmering touches, he contemplates dichotomies and endeavours to heal the fissures caused by a fragmenting world.  In a deeply personal style he writes about the progression of fourteen works created during the tumultuous global crises in the environment, the pandemic and neighbouring war.

Within these works, we feel a palpable radiance that is nearly edible and glimpse the cosmos that we can hold in our hands.