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mixed media on canvas 100x100x3,5 cm A final glossy varnish is applied. Signed on the front. This painting has been painted in 2013, one of the first. The beginnings were focused on a material painting, rich in texture, on an informal painting. Saint Martin's Summer is nowadays used loosely for a period of unseasonable warmth and sunshine in late September, October, or November. “Gémmea l’aria, il sole così chiaro Che tu ricerchi gli albicocchi in fiore, e del prunalbo l’odorino amaro senti nel cuore. Ma secco è il pruno, e le stecchite piante Di nere trame segnano il sereno, e vuoto il cielo, e cavo al piè sonante sembra il terreno. Silenzio, intorno: solo, alle ventate, odi lontano da giardini ed orti, di foglie un cader fragile. E’ l’estate, fredda, dei morti” – G. Pascoli - Novembre
Painting:Acrylic on Canvas
Size:39.4 W x 39.4 H x 1.4 D in
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Ships From:Artist's studio in Italy.
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I was born in Bergamo in 1974. I am a self-taught artist and i began to paint at the end of 2013 because i had the need to find a way to express myself. I am focused on abstract art, whereof i love the irreproducibility. My process of abstraction is constantly changing: creating and destroying, solve problems, focus on what's interesting and what is not. This is a continuous 'transference' and 'countertrasference' as a kind of psychotherapy. The thought is in some way transferred to the canvas and restored back to the ego. The creative path of the latest works is characterized in different phases. A first phase, which we can define as dissociative, in which without rules and constraints I put my thoughts and emotions on canvas; I use gestures, signs, colors, shapes, textures and different materials. In the following phases, characterized by multiple layers, I gradually move towards an associative phase in which I look for a common thread to frame the mood of the first phases. You can schematically summarize so: EXPRESSION/INTROSPECTION; a journey to understand oneself.
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