I think they feel something like a blend between fauvist and impressionist. You use a lot of bright, almost unnatural colors that fauvists tended to favor, but the brushstrokes seem more impressionist in nature.
... Yeah, I was an art major in college. My brain thinks in movements.
Its a new spin on 19th century impressionism. U recreate night scenes using warm colors. I also understand u employ a palette knife. i would like to see an original in person to view the texture. its an impressive and lovely interpretation of things u see.
I think that's the most descriptive word since (for me) it tells the reflection of the colours, light and darkness, the movement, the freshness and the unsubstainable overflowing life you are able to catch with palette and paint..
it's not jsut one of those words it's not even a word it's self, there is no describing how awestriking [ya i may have made that word up] his paintings are! they color my very soul and blast my mind with wonder and imaginative shapes and colors!!! its more than Supercalifragilisticexpialadocious [lol yes i looked on the movie case to know how to spell that] which gives a meaning of nothign yet can describe jsut about everything!!!