The square Painting by Linda Randazzo

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The square

Linda Randazzo



Size: 27.6 W x 19.7 H x 1 D in

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Typical scene of Sicilian town where the opere people meet to talk. The light erares the landscape. It will be sold with the authentication document.

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Painting:Watercolor on Paper

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:27.6 W x 19.7 H x 1 D in

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Palermo (01, 01, 1979), lives and works in Palermo. Linda Randazzo artist statement My current artistic research focuses mainly on the medium of painting, I have in fact spent many years of my training and professional life to study and work as a set designer and costume designer. I have dedicated myself and I often dedicate myself also to performance art, collaborating especially with contemporary avant-garde musicians. I began very late to deal with painting, exactly around the age of 27, after meeting the painter Alessandro Bazan, the founder of the "school of Palermo"; from him I learned the value of the pictorial gesture, liquid, fast and expressionist that I was naturally akin and the importance of drawing from life. I elaborated a graduation thesis on the portrait and since the beginning my research on figurative painting has been oriented to the conscious development of the functioning of the pictorial eye. I have given great importance to the direct taking from life and to the preliminary study of the subjects, starting from the hundreds of sketches and drawings I have collected over the years. A fundamental datum on which my painting is based is the importance of visual perception, even when I capture my subjects with photography. I interpret the anatomy of the figures expressionistically, as an investigation into the anatomy of perception. I definitely belong to the category of figurative painters, realists and mostly interested in painting as a subjective reflection on reality. For some time now I have understood that my love and obsession for the representation of bodies does not stem from a precise academic ability to create the body in the classical sense, nor from the search for virtuosity in this sense, but only from a free passion and attention for the mute capacity of bodies and human gestures to express and evoke worlds submerged in emotions and unspoken stories. What I dwell on is the proxemic relationship between the bodies of my subjects, caught in the natural and unconscious gestures of everyday life. I am a portrait painter, a designer and a watercolorist; I have developed a realistic oil painting, (but not photographic), which has as its subjects the people who live in the beaches and suburbs of the city of Palermo, seaside villages, where I chose to work, after having lived in Milan.

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