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Daniel Dacio


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The most characteristic aspect of Saturn is its bright rings. Before the invention of the telescope, Saturn was the most distant of the known planets and, to the naked eye, it did not appear bright or interesting. The first to observe the rings was Galileo in 1610, but the low inclination of the rings and the low resolution of his telescope made him think at first that they were large moons. I use intaglio inks to paint the planet and liquid paint for the texts. The paper I use is Canson paper, aged by myself. This collection is the expression of two of my earliest obsessions, astronomy and the "found manuscripts" (late medieval illuminated manuscripts and the notes of Renaissance astronomers).

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Print:Giclee on Canvas

Size:12 W x 16 H x 1.25 D in

Size with Frame:13.75 W x 17.75 H x 1.25 D in

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I am an artist and designer. I grew up in Alcobendas and settled in Alcalá de Henares, Madrid, in 2003, where I currently reside. From a very young age I developed an enormous interest in history, art history and analog photography, which led me to study Fine Arts, focusing on the world of restoration, thinking about the masters of the Italian Renaissance and the Spanish Baroque. Although finally the absence of creativity in this field of work and study led me to another path. I worked for a time as a copyist at the Prado Museum to study how to paint my favorite classics, and then I devoted myself exclusively to everything that caught my attention both in terms of subjects and techniques (engraving, woodcut, inks on greasy paper, mural painting, egg tempera, polymeric putties with marble dust, etc.) I work as an illustrator in various specialized magazines, as a web designer, creating storyboards for film and television. I went through several multidisciplinary artistic formations, the last one being "Make Make Creative Process". During the study with this artistic training, focused on the synaesthetic process and creativity, I find a line to develop (Prometheu error: conjunction of body, movement, music and space) in which I am currently immersed.

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