Michael Kaza has been drawing since the age of 4, but only recently he has finally turned drawing into his lifestyle. Prior to this, he fulfilled himself as a psychologist, writer and illustrator of his own books.
The core and uniqueness of his creativity constitutes the fact that Michael creates works in the technique of automatic spontaneous drawing. The artist puts his hand on a sheet of paper and lets it move freely. He does not come up with images. They flow out of the unconscious mind, by passing the censorship of consciousness. This determines the power of their impact.
By now, Kaza has created over 300 works. The artist prefers to work with a gel pen, pen, ink, and markers on paper. In addition, the artist is actively experimenting in Digital Art. He defines his style as graphic surrealism.
Michael Kaza about his artwork:
“Simple lines on white paper… Why do they excite some people so much? Raising their admiration. Attracting. Involving. They make people to come back to them. To collect and possess them.
I have no doubt that in my drawings you can find symbols of sex, aggression, nature, something ugly and beautiful. Some will see humor in them, and some will see grotesque.“