“…The girl from Halina Tymusz images sat on the simple swing. But when she started to swing, the space became obedient to her to a quite significant extent, if not completely. The little man made the space impenetrable to the time in order to stop the rhythm that is not recoverable that was made of necessity and friendship (J.R.Bogers) …the girl “annihilate” only one space for another that is a background. Yet there are signs, clues, hints in this picture suggesting that one space is immersed in another one that has the stigma of threats that are unknown to a child. Unknown means nonexistent. If so, the girl form the swing may have such a conversation, as Alice in Wonderland (L.Caroll):
— Would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here?
— That depends a good deal on where you want to get to — said the Cat.
— I don't much care where — said Alice.
— Then it doesn't matter which way you go — said the Cat — …So long as I get somewhere.
— Oh, you're sure to do that — said the Cat— if only you walk long enough…
S.T. Coledridage: "If a man could pass through Paradise in a dream, and have a flower presented to him as a pledge that his soul had really been there, and if he found that flower in his hand when he awake — Aye, what then?" Halina Tymusz will answer this question by painting more and more captivating differences between the spaces of reality and the realities of space...
//Prof. Andrzej S. Kowalski (1930 — 2004), an artist, painter, graphic designer, writer, essayist, journalist, and educator. One of the most important figures in the artistic community of Kraków. Professor at the Academy of Fine Arts in Katowice. Member of Grupa Krakowska (Kraków Group), Grupa Zagłębie (Zagłębie Group), Arkat — Artyści Katowiccy (Katowice Artists)