An art and painting technique, mainly used and developed by Andruchak, provides a specific image by using geometric lines. A branch of art that uses mathematics that deals with the measurement, properties, and relationships of points, lines, angles, surfaces, and solids.
Construction of the drawing with the geometrization of lines, straight or curves, simulating paths mathematically calculated for the construction of objects, whether figurative or abstract. Possible use of "chaos", however maintaining the balance graph of the painting.

Emotional colors can be part of geometricism - emotive use of color (hue, tone and intensity) trying to create vibrations of excitement and energy on the receiver.

Use the balance of forms - organized inter-relationship between elements of the scene to establish a mutually harmonious communication. In other words, is the arrangement of elements ensuring that the sum visual (color, size, size) of space objects maintain the adequacy of the scene.
The painting of Andruchak shows geometricism in every element of his art.
by Jakeline December 15, 2008
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