Eugene J. Paprocki (Born 1971) was born in Chicago, IL. He’s known for Impressionist architecture, landscape and still life painting. This internationally collected artist has been an avid painter since childhood; he studied Fine Art and Business at Loyola University in Chicago. After his graduation, he augmented his formal art studies with extensive travels in Europe, visiting and painting the great museums. Paprocki has exhibited widely, and has been featured in many prestigious group shows and 18 solo exhibitions on two continents. His paintings hang in more than 1000 corporate, private and public collections in more than 10 countries around the world. The collections include Canada, Belgium, England, France,
Japan, India, Ireland, Germany, United States, Switzerland Greece, IBM, Borg Warner, MBNA Bank, R.R. Donnelley, Mayfair Regent Hotel, New York City, and Plaza Hotel, New York City, to name but a few. Paprocki is always keen to detail and can capture simple things that many people can easily ignore.
His work has received critical acclaim and has been featured in several national magazines including Southwest Art, Art of the West, International Artist, Palm Springs Daily News, The Magazine of Naples, The Chicago Sun Times, Naples Illustrated, and Gulfshore Life. In 2013, he was commissioned by The University of Notre Dame to create four monumental murals for their permanent collection. His works have graced the walls of the U.S. Embassies in Kuwait and Uruguay, The White House, and many large corporations. He still lives and works in Illinois where he has made many connections with people from all walks of life.