Cazenave’s (1966) paintings are abstract, often colorful, layered and they accurately reflect his thoughts and feelings of the moment.
His work was greatly influenced by Rothko, Monet and Turner and refers in particular to the abstract expressionism represented by Rothko, the so-called Color Field movement. In recent years, Cazenave has also made a name for himself abroad. With projects in Miami and New York and an exhibition in Madrid, his work is getting increasing attention outside Belgium.
All his oil paintings are abstracts and of a lively structure. The works reflect the painter’s thoughts and are represented in color, shape, lines. Expressions of happiness, sadness, people, nature.

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