June 8 is the World Oceans Day, which reminds us how important a strong and healthy ecosystem of the Big Blue is. Everything that goes into the water ultimately comes back to us. And it was using products made by people and thrown out by the sea that the paintings made by Krzysztof Dąbrowski were created with. The mesmerizing shade of blue (the so-called Prussian blue) was obtained using the cyanotype technique, which utilizes the photosensitivity of iron salts. The series of works, on which the Maris collection has been presented, reminds us that rubbish, plenty of which can be found in the sea depths, should have never find its way there. Enjoy watching!