Billy Zane’s exhibition ‘Seize The Day Bed’ featured a collection of signature paintings that have drawn comparisons to both Abstract Expressionism and the Neo Expressionist movements. Widely recognised as an actor, Zane is an exemplary Renaissance Man, also making waves as an artist and painter of merit and distinction. Zane began painting during his seven months of filming the blockbuster movie Titanic in 1997, utilising only locally sourced materials to create a series of abstract paintings. His interest for painting quickly developed from being a pastime to a real passion and he now sets up an art studio in each location he films. Using a process that is wildly methodical, Zane draws great inspiration from Action Painting.