Jack Florczyk is an American contemporary fine artist born in Teaneck, New Jersey in 1992. Working with acrylic paint, spray paint, oil sticks, and mixed media Jack’s work is described as figurative expressionism. As a self-taught artist, Jack Florczyk is always experimenting with new techniques and is heavily influenced by the Impressionism movement, the 1970s and 80s street-art culture, sports, and hip-hop.
He has exhibited in numerous group and solo exhibitions throughout Manhattan, Brooklyn, and New Jersey and has representation through the White Room Gallery in Bridgehampton, NY and Beacon Art Shortwave Gallery in Stone Harbor, NJ.
Through the use of his collage-like painting style, Jack uses the figure as a means of expression. His work explores themes like identity, it's relationship with time, and all of the different perspectives that exist among us as people; all while being exciting visually through a strong use of color and form.