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My blood is fire Painting

Sonia Valsecchi


Painting, Acrylic on Canvas

Size: 27.5 W x 23.6 H x 0.6 D in

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Acrylic painting mixed with plaster powder and sawdust on canvas. This artwork is part of ‘Elements’ serie and it explores the theme of FIRE. Ready to hang, delivered with Certificate of Authenticity. These artworks are available as ‘Open Edition’ prints in various sizes and formats via Saatchi. Click on the ‘Prints’ option for more information.

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Painting:Acrylic on Canvas

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:27.5 W x 23.6 H x 0.6 D in

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Sonia Valsecchi is an Italian artist, born on the beautiful eastern shore of Lake Como in northern Italy. After leaving her home country in 2008 and living in France and England, she finally settled in the green suburbs of Paris. Sonia showed a love and aptitude for drawing from an early age. Since 2009 her passion has taken its full place: Sonia has participated in several exhibitions in France, England and Italy. Since 2012, she has returned to teaching, thus transmitting her love for art while keeping the flame of creation. For me painting and drawing is a source of vitality that allows me to search in the most secret paths of the human soul and of nature, the way in which the microcosm becomes macrocosm, progressing from intimacy to immensity. I like to tell the story of the human being by trying to paint it as an "inner landscape" and I like to capture its emotions in its different states by creating emotional portraits with expressive brushstrokes and intense colours. All the steps in the creation of a painting are exciting to me. I usually start by setting up my palette and laying out my tools; then I put in the first splashes of colour as I enter my creative bubble. Normally I start with colours and then add lines to get to the interpretation of the human figure. I regularly paint with acrylics, inks and coffee. I often draw with coloured pencils on a wet base; this allows me to play freely with shapes and colours. I also like materials such as paper, glue, plaster powder, sawdust and acrylic painting, and I like to mix them in unusual ways and then melt them on the canvas. The finished works are therefore rough and uneven to the touch.

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