Cezara Kolesnik Artworks

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Cezara Kolesnik

Cezara Kolesnik

Was born in 1980 in the Republic of Moldova, where she built on her passion for painting by pursuing a formal education in art. In 2000, she moved to France to complete her studies culminating in a Master’s degree from the Sorbonne. Cezara has exhibited in Paris, Brussels, Istanbul, Amsterdam, Lausanne, Dijon, Bucharest, and Chisinau; her work can be found in private collections throughout Europe.  The main technique of Cezara’s work is oil on canvas, but the artist likes to experiment with new techniques and support like wood, glass, and paper. The artist lives and works in Brussels, where she has an art studio.

Artist Statement

From a country with a dream name: Moldova, at the crossroads of Latin and Slavic paths, the most diverse creative sources were opened to my view.
My artistic work connects to childhood, fairy tales, and symbols; crafting a bridge that everyone can cross. I have a need to create a space of chromatic freedom from which buried memories can surge, allowing us to step across this fragile “bridge of souvenirs”. It’s an open invitation to meet the little prince in all of us.
My artistic world is full of revisited symbols; pure and vibrant color mixes with melancholic children lost in the hills of their villages, benevolent dragons protecting children’s dreams, and trees of life with brilliant colors symbolic of the soul that changes color in each moment of existence.
The course of my life over the last fifteen years has taken me far away from my country of origin, Moldova. Nevertheless, I remain spiritually very close to my homeland, and my desire to make it more widely known has only increased with my absence.

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Cezara Kolesnik

Was born in 1980 in the Republic of Moldova, where she built on her passion for painting by pursuing a formal education in art. In 2000, she moved to France to complete her studies culminating in a Master’s degree from the Sorbonne. Cezara has exhibited in Paris, Brussels, Istanbul, Amsterdam, Lausanne, Dijon, Bucharest, and Chisinau; her work can be found in private collections throughout Europe.  The main technique of Cezara’s work is oil on canvas, but the artist likes to experiment with new techniques and support like wood, glass, and paper. The artist lives and works in Brussels, where she has an art studio.

Artist Statement

From a country with a dream name: Moldova, at the crossroads of Latin and Slavic paths, the most diverse creative sources were opened to my view.
My artistic work connects to childhood, fairy tales, and symbols; crafting a bridge that everyone can cross. I have a need to create a space of chromatic freedom from which buried memories can surge, allowing us to step across this fragile “bridge of souvenirs”. It’s an open invitation to meet the little prince in all of us.
My artistic world is full of revisited symbols; pure and vibrant color mixes with melancholic children lost in the hills of their villages, benevolent dragons protecting children’s dreams, and trees of life with brilliant colors symbolic of the soul that changes color in each moment of existence.
The course of my life over the last fifteen years has taken me far away from my country of origin, Moldova. Nevertheless, I remain spiritually very close to my homeland, and my desire to make it more widely known has only increased with my absence.

Relevant exhibitions

  • Europe’s ART project “Women in Art for Peace”, Bahrein, May 2017
  • Arthis Cultural Center Brussels “Woman’s portraits”, March 2017
  • CCF-HHT “The colors of childhood”, Chisinau, Moldova, December 2016
  • Artimundo Gallery, Brussels  “Angelus Mundi”, December 2016

Relevant exhibitions

  • Europe’s ART project “Women in Art for Peace”, Bahrein, May 2017
  • Arthis Cultural Center Brussels “Woman’s portraits”, March 2017
  • CCF-HHT “The colors of childhood”, Chisinau, Moldova, December 2016
  • Artimundo Gallery, Brussels  “Angelus Mundi”, December 2016

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