Artistic restlessness affects André Vasarhelyi from an early age. The São João balloons he made as a child already revealed his talent for sophisticated color combinations.
Each of the artist's works is a visual challenge in which color plays a central role. The overlapping of bright and contrasting tones characterizes the works of André Vasarhelyi, who seeks to capture an individual soul for each of the paintings created.
The Brazilian painter, trained at the Escola Panamericana de Arte, was distinguished with the Honor Prize, in 2010, at the annual Fine Arts Salon at the Louvre, in Paris, having been an assistant to the architect and artist Sílvio Oppenheim.