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Andrej Smolák is an active and creative artist and man. Gallerist and organizer of cultural projects. So far, he has painted over 6,000 paintings. He is dedicated to chamber painting, watercolor landscapes and portraits. He has created several hundred portraits of unknown people and celebrities.

Since 1982 he has held over 70 solo exhibitions in Slovakia, the Czech Republic, Germany, Poland, Switzerland, Austria, Ukraine, Belarus and the Russian Federation. His paintings are in galleries and private collections in many European countries, but also in the USA, Japan, China, South Korea, Kazakhstan and Australia.

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The author's long creative development, full of search and honest work of art, has been gaining satisfaction in recent years, which is very rarely achieved. Andrej Smolák enters with a mature, clear and, in particular, developmental art program, through which talent, inventiveness and considerable technical skills transcend. This is especially confirmed by his distinctive style. Artistic expression of images in the color structure and the harmony of individual themes.

Andrej Smolák paints specific women. Interesting women. He deliberately avoids a scheme of female beauty or perfection. His paintings are dynamic. Women showing in beautiful but not unified forms. The color flows down these paintings, flowing to eventually disappear, lost in irretrievable beauty.

Many prominent personalities today have portraits by Andrej Smolák. It is possible to order a portrait, oil painting or done by pencil.

Beauty in Smolák's understanding is not an abstract aesthetic category, but a concrete, most perfect curve of nature that has settled in the shapes of the female body as naturally as the eye in the face. And his painting eye also sees what is hidden.

Besides graceful curves of women, Andrej also manages the motives of nature.

Watercolor is one of the most popular author’s techniques. During his work he created more than 2000 watercolors.

See the author's works he created at the beginning of his painting career.