Painting Studio 3
The Painting Studio 3 is of an intermedia nature, emphasizing painterly means of color, line, surface, rhythm, process or format. Parallel to this line of thinking, students are encouraged to form their own individual programs in which they can move along the borders of painting. They can use non-painterly media such as photography, sculpture, installation, or design. They learn to master these media, become sensitive towards the qualities of classical painting, and rationally reflect and interpret their own artistic enterprise. They reach towards an individual expression by understanding their individual sensual experiences, reaching emotional harmony, and experiencing transcendence. The studio puts emphasis on seeking individual approaches both through fascination, passion, and intuition, and by reflection, analysis, and construction..
Kvíčala’s artistic language is derived from working with ornament structures in all possible dimensions of the concept, which the artist combines, multiplies, superimposes, and overlays. He employs these techniques both in his paintings and in architectural interventions.
In his work, Malý is preoccupied with the medium of painting as such. The artist tests the character and relationships between different aspects of a painting. In his conceptual attitude to the medium, Malý focuses on colors and their relationship to space.
Responsibility: prof. MgA. Petr Kvíčala