A Minnesota native, Wroblewski is constantly inspired by the natural world. In his work he tries to capture the exhilaration felt when a landscape expresses a synchrony of elements. These elements can be seen in his distinct multiple-block woodcut prints reminiscent of the stylized Japanese masters.
Part sculpture and part painting, he slowly removes layers from two blocks with the achieved result affirming his overall expression. Applying the ink with hand rollers and brayers, Wroblewski believes his work is an embellishment and statement of his perspective, “perhaps I can shape an appreciation of the moment that I hope to capture.”
He currently lives and works in Southwest Wisconsin.