Google Earth-4. River in the desert Painting by Alessandro Piras

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Google Earth-4. River in the desert

Alessandro Piras

Italy

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Size: 37 W x 32.7 H x 0.3 D in

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This is one of my paintings where I try to recreate the pattern of a landscape seen from the space. It is an imaginary view, where the emptyness of the painted surface, gives the illusion of a desert landscape. The painting is made using colors mixed together with my personal way, in order to create the rough surface of the earth. Concerning my art, I can provide works on commission (size, color scheme, subject) according to the collector's needs.

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Painting:Oil on Wood

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:37 W x 32.7 H x 0.3 D in

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I am an illustrator, graphic and visual designer. After graduating at the Polytechnic School of Design in Milan - Italy, I’ve always worked in advertising and communication, first as a freelance, then in my own studio, creating images, illustrations, logos, storyboards, brochures, posters, maps, infographics or technical and concept images. My paintings usually deal with water and motion, a way to express my temper and my love for vitality with a powerful brushstroke. Water in particular is my element, and as a swimmer I am always fascinated by scenes dealing with swimming or water with a strong presence of blue tones. Lately I dedicate my creativity in painting mostly trees as a symbol of rebirth in our endangered world. Trees enlightened by a superior mystic light as a sign of hope. Thank you for your attention.

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