Michael Sazarin lives for his art - in the truest sense of the word. In 1981, the artists moved into his own atelier in the house for arts and crafts in the Koppel 66. There, he lives surrounded by an incredible amount of paintings and drawings, which are partly stacked up to the ceiling and leave little space for furniture or even luxury items. Sazarin doesn’t need that anymore. Everything he needs, he finds in his colors, his canvases, in his painting.
In his artworks, Sazarin presents rich and vivid colors with all of their gradations. He’s not afraid to use unconventional materials such as earth, sand and cement to give his paintings a defined structure. The energetic motifs and scenes derive purely from his own imagination, his visions, his dreams.