Head Dress Mask series - Limited Edition 1 of 1 Artwork by Martin Dingli

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Head Dress Mask series - Limited Edition 1 of 1

Martin Dingli

Australia

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Size: 31.9 W x 44.9 H x 0.1 D in

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About The Artwork

Inspiration came while visiting the Melbourne cup. The colours of women's hats.

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New Media Print:Ink on Canvas

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:1

Size:31.9 W x 44.9 H x 0.1 D in

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The Digital Artist https://spark.adobe.com/page/3KdMmVWM4kjfM/ http://digitalartonglass.com.au Martin Dingli was born in , Malta in 1960. The fourth of five children, he spent a privileged childhood growing up in an historic palazzo in the magnificent bastion city of Valetta. In line with family tradition he was sent at 7 years of age to a strict and traditional British boarding school where he spent much of his time subverting rules and regulations. At 14, his entire family migrated to Melbourne, Australia, where Dingli completed his schooling, and took a university degree in mechanical engineering. This translation to a radically different country and culture had a significant formative effect on the artist, creating a duality of citizenship and seeing which remains highly influential in his work. Dingli spent a number of years in automotive design before transferring his skills to marketing of high end cars both in Australia and then after a return to Europe in Milan, Rome and finally back in Malta. By his mid-thirties, a yearning for "˜something more' saw him abandon his formal career . It was during this hiatus that Dingli began in earnest to develop the artistic skills which had until then been merely a secret but enjoyable pass-time. Returning and settling once again in Australia, Dingli began his career as a full time artist, developing an extensive body of work before beginning to share and show his creations. Now living back in Australia, Dingli's aim is to push the ever-expanding boundaries of digital art technology and to create works which he hopes will engage, intrigue and confound the viewer. The Creative Process "I'm inspired by everything that is around me," says Dingli. "I revel in the diversity and chaos of people, feelings, places and energy - all of which are shifting and changing eternally. My Abstract art has a visual language of shapes, colours and lines My abstract express the use of language to communicate my emotions as well as for the viewer to visualise that there is something that i cant express with words. "I like to capture tiny bits of this whirlpool of experience and draw out its meaning. Each day I come home and ask myself "˜what did I see today'? "Then I might create a digital brush that looks like the pavement that I walked on, or pull out an angle from a bench I saw someone sitting on. "In this way I can isolate a moment in the chaos and delve into the detail.