Andrei Zadorine is an artist of Belarusian origin.
Working with the mediums of watercolor and oil painting, Zadorine explores the transience of time and self-reflections on his life.
The secret of Andrei Zadorine's art lies in nostalgia. It reminds viewers of childhood memories: running through the forest, jumping rope, sitting carefree on the beach, and worrying about the first relationship or family issues. The paintings and watercolors are similar to a movie about everyday life and make the viewers a part of an artwork.
His works can be found in the Tretyakov Gallery (Moscow, Russia) as well as in the private collections of Matthew Wild and Hughes Wide.
Andrei Zadorine lives and works in the Netherlands.