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Inside out 70x50cm 2016 Drawing Oil, Ink, acrylic & rice paper collage on paper Needs frame In this series of paintings and drawings I was inspired by Ancient Rome busts. Starting with the concept that it was expected and socially acceptable for a freeborn Roman man to want sex with both female and male partners, as long as he took the penetrative role. The morality of the behavior depended on the social standing of the partner, not gender per SE. Both women and young men were considered normal objects of desire. Many famous men of the best known and respected families where having same gender sexual orientation. One of all was Julius Caesar a prominent member of the Gens Giulia and founder of the Julio-Claudian dynasty. He felt a strong attraction to people of the same sex, his homosexuality, or bisexuality, was well attested by Cicero when he commented "the husband of all wives and the wife of all husbands."
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Saatchi Art NFT artist #SaatchiArtNFTArtist #Fair Director's Pick Saatchi art AAF NYC Metropolitan Pavilion in Chelsea March 22 – 26, 2023 ART on Paper 2022 New York City I have been always fascinated by nature, the behavior of animals, the way that flowers and plants grow and how we are a big part of it, the subtle injection of ambiguity that blurs the gap between the ordinary and the fantastic. In my work I want to bring nature closer to the observer, to connect people with their roots and memories. Organic elements are essential as they show us, like in a fairy tale, the link between the subconscious mind and the actual world. This, besides having an apparent dark side, also embodies a sense of fragility and Vulnerability, which seems to be a consistent characteristic of my work. Delicate graphite lines, a subtle oil color palette, ink and rice paper all amalgamate to create layer after layer a particularly dreamy look that distinguishes my work. About the technique Each painting that I create is a unique dance with a variety of materials, unique to each work. I often refer back to traditional painting methods when priming the surface and preparing the paints. One of my preferred mediums is egg tempera, which i prepare myself from scratch in the same way that the renaissance masters would have done. I always use oils and inks in my work. The quality of these mediums enables me to build up subtle and rich layers, from which my poetic images appear. Each work is always a battle between exposing and suppressing different areas until the perfect balance of color and form is achieved. www.kareninafabrizzi.com
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