Milan Sodoma is a visual artist whose intuitive, spontaneous, and minimalist paintings adore and celebrate women. In a wider perspective, Milan explores the spiritual balance between feminine and masculine energy.
Milan reveres women especially for qualities they are the bearer of, marveling at everything they bring and give. There is resilience but tenderness, strength yet softness. Natural feminine energy is pure connection fueled by intuitiveness, empathy, and awareness of surroundings.
These are the values that we all need the most in our society and that are oftentimes missing.
Despite being a man and confident within this role, Milan Sodoma was born with a strong sense of feminine energy that has only deepened with time as he has allowed himself to explore and create with this side.
Milan’s purpose is clear. To support and uplift women of the world and to translate their incredible feminine energy onto paper. With his art, he hopes to impart that every woman is worthy of respect and has the confidence to take on the world.
Milan’s message is simple and it’s addressed to every woman in the World: “Give yourself permission to be whatever kind of woman you want. Be bold, nurture yourself. The world changes with feminine energy.”
About Original Paintings
All my original artworks are painted by me. I believe that we are able to imprint our energy and our personality on what we do. And I think especially in art. Art should be an expression of our inner feelings, of our inner self. In the given time and place. We, artist, are supposed to materialize what is kept hidden in our hearts. That's the approach I believe in.
Most often I paint spontaneously, without sketches or models. I like to feel full awareness, to be focusing on the creative process, and have no clue what is going to happen.
I paint using ink or acrylic, usually with a canvas or paper lying horizontally on the ground. Canvas is mounted to the frame afterward. Art on paper is framed in an oak frame with matting.
My artworks are shipped in a cardboard or wooden box from my studio in Prague, Europe. International shipping time is 1 – 3 weeks.
About Art Prints
Since my studies in graphic school, I fell in love with paper and printmaking. I like the idea to have something beautiful in multiple pieces. It's a great way to make art accessible to everyone, not exclusively to gallery visitors or collectors. To meet this requirement my art prints are not limited and not signed.
How My Art Prints Are Made
Quality is one of my highest values. That’s why I choose to produce my print posters on high-quality matte photo archival paper. This paper weights 5.57 oz/yd² (189 g/m²) and its thickness is 0.26 mm.
All prints are made using Epson UltraChrome water-based HDR ink-jet technology. All used ink cartridges are returned to Epson and recycled.
By purchasing your desired art prints from my store, you are choosing a print-on-demand product. A physical product is created only as the order is placed. Uniquely just for you.
This approach allows fulfilling only the items my customers really order. There is no waste. Also, there is no storage space needed.
Another way I’m reducing waste is by improving my packaging for art prints. I started using triangular boxes to replace tubes with plastic end caps.
Fast and efficient shipping
Thanks to technologies connecting our world, I am able to automatically choose the fulfillment center nearest to the customer location. Internationally.
Fulfillment centers are placed in North Carolina, California, Canada, Mexico, Latvia, Spain, and fulfillment partners in Australia and Japan.
So your print doesn’t have to travel thousands of miles around the globe.
Fulfillment centers allow for faster shipping times and lower shipping costs, and it also helps with reducing the CO₂ emissions produced when transporting orders.
More info about Milan Sodoma
2016 – now
Artist based in Prague, Czech Republic
2010 – 2016
Freelance graphic designer and illustrator, Prague, Czech Republic
2005 – 2010
Graphic School Prague – Graphic Design, Prague, Czech Republic
2000 – 2004
Secondary School of Applied Art – Industrial Design, Uherske Hradiste, Czech republic
Articles and Interviews
Artmix – Czech Television
ELLE – Interview
Marianne & Marianne living