The painter was born in 1960, em Valjevo, Serbia. He is involved with art since his childhood and got his artistic education at an art school in Novi Sad. He visits the Louvre and the Museum of Impressionism since 1981. His paintings have been exhibited since 1979, and from 1992 it does continuous exposures in its own atelier "Vishnja" in Valjevo. Since 2003 he receives invitations columns of art both in Serbia and abroad. He is a full time member of ULUS - Serbian association of Fine artists (Serbian Association of Fine Arts). He has 22 Solo Exhibitions and other 30 Collective in Belgrade, Novi SAD, Maribor, Zemun, Novi Pazar, Podgorica, Gornji Milanovac, Shabac, Subotica.
In 1996, the art historian, President of Yugoslavie section Inter – etnik society of fine arts critikque - AICA (President-section of society inter-ethnic Ioguslava critical fine), Prof. Dr. Katarina Ambrozich organized and opened three of its Solo Exhibitions and Catalogues in 1999.
HOMELAND LANDSCAPE - Since his youth, Zoran Andrich was amazed by a mill in River Gradac em Valjevo. He represents the genesis of a constant motivation, that, on the other hand, maintained is recognizable in all his work.
Pleading for absolute independence of the artist's vision, Expressionist his temper tends to make endless variations of his lyrical abstractions. In this sense: Abstraction for experience, from experience to the realization of the vision, there is a meticulous elaboration of well known why various media techniques.
That's how he made several of his paintings: drawings, oil paintings, pastels and watercolors - all in honor of one particular landscape. The recurring themes of Andrich are important for all of their work, and his accomplishments include the fine arts and the aesthetic aspects being a unique phenomenon in our contemporary.
As a guest in a house in Russia in Belgrade, Andrich presents a series of watercolors made recently - his favorite technique, for which he is widely known as one of the best masters in his country. These watercolors are made of abstract transparencies characterized by a color balance with harmony and contrast, leading to creation of intimate sounds poetic. Each sound has its own rhythm that subtly emerges surface, suggesting endless calm movements.
New paintings refer to a force of poetic imagination spiritualized, creating highly individual works, unlimited and infinite in its essence. In addition, sensitivity lyrical calm pervades the paintings of Andrich. The dialogue between the work and the viewer is unintentional and subtle, but the action Andrich is impenetrable at first glance. She seeks attention, confidence and observation and it is only then that the painting of modest dimensions enriches the viewer with a multi-layered beauty of pure art.
1982. Gallery Youth Centre, Valjevo
1983. Municipal Library, Valjevo
1995. Gallery 34, Old Town, Valjevo
1996. Gallery NUBS, Belgrade
1997. Gallery of the National Museum, Valjevo
1999. Gallery Russian’s Home, Belgrade
2004. Gallery 34, Old Town, Valjevo
2005. Gallery Old Town, Dirty
2006. Gallery of the Museum of Vojvodina, Novi Sad
2006. Gallery Atrijum, City Library, Belgrade
2007. Gallery Energoproject, Belgrade
2007. Gallery of National Museum, Valjevo
2007. Gallery of Cultural Centre, Lajkovac
2008. Gallery of Cultural Centre, Old Town, Dirty
2009. Gallery of the Town Hall, Valjevo
2009. Gallery of the Club of Diplomats, Belgrade
2009. Gallery Atrijum, City Library, Belgrade
2010. Gallery of House Djura Jakshich, Old City, Skadarlija, Belgrade
2010. Gallery 34, Old Town, Valjevo
2011. Gallery of Cultural Centre Germasogeie, Limassol, Cyprus
2012. Parliament Wien
1997. Special Recognition by the Blue Watercolour Watercolour Biennale III, Old Leaders Gallery, Zemun
1998. Award for Best Technical, Oil painting competition Through Time, organized by the Embassy of Spain, Kalemegdan, Belgrade
2007. Third drawing by No name, NUBS Gallery, Belgrade