Cajuca’s work is characterized by two key elements. First, the use of colors: in his works, they are lively, vibrant, intense and have the particularity of having a real therapeutic power in our daily life. The other trademark of his pieces is the frequent study of the notions of isolation, movement, introspection and silence. This is most often reflected in the representation of vast and deserted landscapes, capable of conveying a form of silent solitude.
In this case, "Cupinzeiro" literally means "termite nest". This work is part of the Cerrado series, the world’s most biodiversity-rich savannah and a great source of inspiration for Cajuca. It represents the beauty of Cerrado with its emblematic trees.