Carlos is a Mexican visual artist specializing in the disciplines of painting, sculpture, and graphics. His works have been exhibited in different galleries in the United States and Mexico, and some of his unique creations are permanently exhibited in the Northeast region of Mexico. Cázares obtained first place at the Sculpture Biennial sponsored by the Institute of Culture in Sonora, México, in 2001.
Through his art, Cázares seeks to expose his heart to the light of the Creator, and constantly seeks a way to impress the life of God on his canvases. Through his experimentation with pigments and mineral deposits, he has found that materials such as gold and silver offer a beautiful refraction of light that enriches his work. His abstract works reflect his appreciation of ancient techniques and his pursuit of applying them in a contemporary way. Cázares is a visual graphic artist at Christ For The Nations Institute, where he offers art instruction. He is also a curator and a board consultant of Renacimiento Cultural Foundation and a member of the board of Walk the Light Foundation in the city of Dallas, Texas.
“Cazares’ work is full of mystery. Through the textured surfaces he creates, emotion and human expression is fully captured. His unique method of using mineral deposits on the painted surface, such as gold and silver, leads the viewer into distant galaxies and heavenly realms of introspection.”
- Advisory Board