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Painting, oil pastel on Paper
Size: 16.5 W x 11.4 H x 0.4 D in
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"Venice Beach, seen from the sand, the Pacific was at my back and I thought all the world was ending in Venice Beach, in its magnificent and colourful sunset, within its crazy people and the blue sky, I was just stuck in the middle of all that insane beauty..." Oil pastels, acrylics, watercolors, liquid in pens, pencil, markers on paper original monotype - no eidtion "My artworks are made using printing technique mixed with other media such as oil pastels, acrylics, water colors, liquid ink pens, pencils on paper, canvas, wood, fabrics. During my working process, I never make any difference between artworks regarding size, client, price or timetable. Each single work is made with the same intensity, dedication, effort, commitment, passion and love. Each work is made covering the surface, millimeter by millimeter, with no rush and lots of patience. I touch and retouch the surface many times with my pens and brushes, making sure the artwork has its right composition of colors, shapes and textures. I want that my works make always the difference in terms of quality, price and value for money. I want that my art collectors must be fully satisfied and 100% sure that there is no art deal better than the one they will have by purchasing my art. I will always challenge anyone to offer a better product for a better price than mine. Thanks a lot for your trust and respect" Fabio Coruzzi has exhibited in galleries, museums and art fairs all over the world. He is represented by galleries in USA, UK, Italy Note: FOR ANY SORT OF COMMISSIONED ARTWORKS ON BOTH PAPER AND CANVAS, PLEASE CONTACT SAATCHI ART
Painting:oil pastel on Paper
Size:16.5 W x 11.4 H x 0.4 D in
Ready to Hang:Not applicable
Packaging:Ships in a Box
Delivery Time:Typically 5-7 business days for domestic shipments, 10-14 business days for international shipments.
I am a bit allergic to presentations: I prefer the content instead of the package. I use different techniques and media mixed together, including printmaking, photography, drawing and painting. I use acrylics, oil pastels, gel ink pens, markers and pencils on paper, canvas and wood. At this stage of my career or artistic life, I do not follow any narrative in particular. Each artwork has a specific introduction written in from of poetic statement. I find myself inspired by single episodes, single thoughts. My art is a fluid sequence of ideas projected into social commentary. Establishing a common introduction is almost impossible. That's why I try not to be caged into any category or label. I want that each artwork tell a story by detached, autonomous thoughts. Making a statement reduce the possibility for an artist to research and explore at 360 degrees. Any statement can be changed and reinterpreted at any time, infinite times. I let my art to be free to develop within any direction. Each project of mine will be more like a book, or a movie. It tells right there and stays right there. What come next is life and its unknown, restless evolution. THE INFORMAL GRAFFITI PROJECT "Informal Graffiti is a tiny drawing on the blank surface of my artistic universe. My graffiti is informal because does not follow the media, the format, the scale or the intention of traditional graffiti art. Informal graffiti is an attempt to use intellectual and material fragments of the hyper consumption culture (credit cards , aluminum cans, old pieces of wood, dirty old paper, etc) in order to decontextualize the traditional relationship between the viewer and the message. I look at Arte Povera philosophy as cultural inspiration , because it is the only art movement that challenged the establishment in terms of art, politics, economy, culture. Arte Povera’s ideas boost my sense of engagement to the surrounding world, where art practice becomes the main way to rebel, to disagree, to criticize, to reimagine, to reinvent. I reject the idea of using art to create social media phenomenons, because I personally make some art to survive and not to entertain" Fabio Coruzzi exhibited at galleries, museums and art fairs around the world. He is represented by American and European galleries
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