Born on the 14th June, 1967 in Brussels, Mathieu Weemaels is a contemporary artist and painter who draws his inspiration from the famous abstract painters such as the American artist, Mark Rothko.
A family of artists
With a father who was a painter, (Jacques Weemaels) and a mother who was a violinist, (Jacqueline Rosenfeld), Mathieu Weemaels was immersed in an artistic world from a very young age. As a child, he already drew a lot and it was natural, therefore, that he would be drawn to studying art in a drawing studio of one of the best art schools in Brussels, La Cambre. When his studies ended, he started labouring furiously on developing his work “Corners of the Workshop,” where solitude, calm and silence reign.