Adam Wątor studied at the Faculty of Painting of the Academy of Fine Arts in Krakow in the studio of Włodzimierz Kunz. He uses acrylic and oil painting.
In his works, the artist takes up the classic theme of the female nude, presenting it in a completely new and contemporary form. His painting is close to drawing, and the figures he creates veer on the border between realism and abstraction. The inspiration for the artist's work is man and emotions expressed through the body. Adam Wątor often consciously resigns from presenting the faces of his models, because he considers hands to be the perfect carrier of emotions. According to the author, clasped or folded hands convey a stronger and more subtle message than emotions expressed through facial expressions. In Adam Wątor's painting of the female figure becomes not only a reflection of the external form of the body, but also a tool for expressing deeper thoughts, feelings and ideas.
Adam Wątor has participated in many collective and individual exhibitions. His works are in private collections in Poland, USA, Norway and Sweden.
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