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Your happy voice, Orange white abstract


Your happy voice, Orange white abstract Painting

Francesca Borgo


Painting, Acrylic on Aluminium

Size: 18.5 W x 27.6 H x 0.2 D in

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Your happy voice is an orange and white abstract that represents the warm and happy embrace coming from someone that makes you feel protected, accepted and appreciated. Like a happy voice in the middle of the crowd. The original 30x20x0.2" (76.2x50.8x0.5cm) artwork on Plexiglas board, is made with acrylic colors, gesso, resins mixed with sands. Being richly textured, it gives the viewer both a visual and a tactile experience. It's signed on the back by the author. Ready to hang: - Default: It has a metal plate fixing (0.5cm thickness; total thickness of painting + metal plate: 1cm - see image) - Please note: If you plan to frame the painting, I can add wooden fixings on the back (0.8cm thickness; total thickness of painting + wooden fixings: 1.3cm thickness). In this latter case, please contact the customer support so I can prepare the back of the painting before shipping.

Details & Dimensions

Painting:Acrylic on Aluminium

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:18.5 W x 27.6 H x 0.2 D in

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I'm a self-taught Italian painter, based in Treviso, near Venice. Art gives me the chance to shape life around my own values, my personal way to feel and act free. I love to paint abstract landscapes, and daily outdoor walks are my main source of inspiration: I find balance and freedom in retracing my steps, enjoying the lights, diving into the smallest details of the scene. Also, when I touch the bark of old trees I feel connected to earth and my perception of time expands, allowing calm feelings and a sense of perspective. I love to represent that peacefulness as cloudy areas merging into one another, where lights and colors mix and blend in a continuous movement, beyond what is real or realistic. It’s an effect of ‘non-definition’ that tries to go beyond the painting and symbolizes my wish to fully be myself, open to other people, part of the natural world. In many of my paintings I love to enrich the representation adding textural effects, using acrylic colours, gesso, acrylic resins mixed to sand. I like to use both dense and diluted colours – preferably earthy natural tones – to shape nuanced and subtle effects, while with metallic pigments I create light reflections. This technique allows me to bring depth and tension to the painting, generating contrasts – smooth and grainy, fine and coarse, matte and shiny, light and shadow – that I try to combine into a global feeling of gracefulness and balance. The coexistence of additional sensory aspects is my way to invite the viewer to embrace not only the visual, but also tactile and temporal dimensions into their experience, to ‘play’ with the painting and, perhaps, to imagine what is not even there. I also love to work with digital painting techniques, using a pen, touch-tablet and computer software for image creation and manipulation, that I eventually print (mostly) as unique copies. This technique allows me to represent the subtle struggle of our inner world from a different angle and to experiment new compositions, chromatic ensembles and multifaceted light effects. I am so grateful when people wish to share their thoughts and emotions, entering in a dialogue with the painting, perhaps willing to touch its surface or imagining himself or herself into it. It’s a precious chance for mutual exchange where everyone is safe and free to experience and express. I deem my works are mainly influenced by modern and contemporary artists.

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