Mariusz Szydel was born in the nineties in the small town of Sępólno Krajeńska near Bydgoszcz. He was always interested in art. Already as a child he painted, drew, sculpted. His first works exhibited at the international exhibition in Berlin won second place when they were only 14 years old. Painting was his passion and a way to express himself in the world around him. At the age of 14, he left Poland for the first time, starting his travels, which still have a huge impact on his work.
He didn't graduate from the fine arts academy, but that didn't stop him from developing his passion. He was constantly creating something until he was finally noticed by the people of Art. His biggest dream came true and he was invited to cooperate with prestigious art galleries in Switzerland and Madrid.
Currently, his works hang next to the sculptures of the Italian artist Giacometti at the Art Jed Gallery in St. Moritz, the Van Gogh Art Gallery in Madrid and the Sarapata Gallery in Warsaw.