This movement, time and more or less arranged plot are typical for performances of the artist. In the trend one can distinguish three actions: "Planting" a creative workshop for students during the Berlin-Warsaw Oronsko in 1994, and two shares at the parallel exhibition in the Krakow and Andrych├│w in 2000. "Black and White" in Andrychow and "Lunch" in Krakow .
Paintings created by Milosz Plonka focus on two distinct genres. One genre focuses on colours. The artist recognizes colour in his medium as the main focus, as an autonomous entity. His abstractions of colours, painted with energy, passion and joy, allow the rainbow of colours to vibrate and come to life. They lift the monotony of life by injecting┬á elements of optimism and dynamism based on spatial forms of the game, light and colour. His other genre is realistic painting, specifically┬á landscapes.
In addition to the work of dealing with space and light on the plane, one can feel the remote echoes of the masters of landscapes. In both kind of his creation - sculpture and painting, Plonka often feels inspired to pay homage to the cultures of the Far East. The Far Eastern influence can be seen particularly in works completed during his annual stays in India. During these stays, he has created sculptures that are particularly meaningful to him, including, "Two stone Buddha" which was purchased by the Benares Hindu University . Another sculpture from this period "Buddha creative 2000" stands in the oasis of the Oriental and Pacific Asia Museum in Warsaw, and finally "Buddha not conceptual " which is part of the exhibition at Gallery "Basta T" in Komarno Slovakia.