"The artist never stops mastering his art skills, he's constantly in search of new stylistic elements and techniques. The paintings in the exhibition are recent and in many ways demonstrate this quest"
Pavel Khadarovich, a young but already quite established artist, is known today not only for his paintings, but also for his vigorous activity in the form of workshops in the studio "KvadArt".
Pavel was born in 1987 in Minsk in the creative family of the painter Vladimir Khadarovich, an outstanding master of still life painting, and Galina Khadarovich, a musician and teacher. This undoubtedly shaped his professional choice.
After graduating from the Belarusian College of Arts named Ivan Akhremchik and the Belarusian State Academy of Arts, he firmly followed in his father's footsteps and became a strong proponent of traditional realism. He managed to master all the secrets of his father's skill in painting still lifes with distinctive silver-beige local flair and magnetic spirituality.
The artist never stops mastering his art skills, he's constantly in search of new stylistic elements and techniques. The paintings in the exhibition are recent and in many ways demonstrate this quest. Unlike previous works, where the main goal is the precise and detailed rendering of the materiality, these paintings became more expressive in colour, more energetic in the stroke pattern, and more diverse in mood.
However, the subject of his works remains the same. It stems from his caring attitude to antique objects, which lost their former utility and bear the stamp of cultural and historical national heritage.
In other words, Khadarovich's motto is to give antiques a new life in art, and thus save them from oblivion. This is the main idea behind his paintings, handed down to the artist by his father as a creative legacy.