He was born in 1985 in Eišiškės, Lithuania. He is a visual artist, author of icons, paintings, installations and monumental realizations, as well as the creator of the term "art neo-sacral". He graduated from the Gdańsk University of Technology, obtaining a diploma in the field thermal energy. At the same time, he started studying at the Faculty of Painting of the Academy of Fine Arts in Gdańsk. In addition, he attended lectures on anatomy at the Medical Academy in Gdańsk. IN In 2013, he moved to Warsaw and graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in the studio of prof. Andrzej Rysiński. His works have been presented in several group and exhibitions individuals at home and abroad. Krzysztof Sokolovski is the author of the Chapel Neosacral, built in the presbytery of the church of St. Finding of the Holy Cross in Klebark Wielki and the Chapel of Peace in the convent of the Salesian Sisters in Jerusalem. He won the distinction for the Best Diploma of the Academy of Fine Arts in Warsaw in 2014 and distinction in the competition for the Best Diploma of Higher Art Schools in Poland ArtNoble 2014.