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La casa sull'argine (The house on the embankment) Print

Elisabetta Duminuco


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Painting between reality and mirage. It's a mixed media artwork: metal foil, oil colors and glass colors on canvas. It was painted with the highest quality materials. This painting is signed on the back and includes my Certificate of Authenticity. No framing required and ready to hang Packaged in a sturdy wooden crate

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Print:Giclee on Canvas

Size:16 W x 20 H x 1.25 D in

Size with Frame:17.75 W x 21.75 H x 1.25 D in

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I was born in Venice where I live and work and where I studied and got my professional skills listed below. I started my artistic journey working in theatre and set design activities, such as: Exposition at Bevilacqua La Masa Gallery in Venice: elaborates of scenography and costumes for the play "the bedbug", by Vladimir Majyakovsky; The design and realization of sets and costumes of the play written by the German '700 playwright Heinrich von Kleist "The pomegranate dream" for the troupe "Body and Mind"; Design of sketches and costumes for Mozart's opera " Die Zauberflöte". I am a full time artist, although I have been contributing as an art teacher for a few years in a project for "social rehabilitation laboratory activities for people with mental disabilities" in mental health hospitals and rehabilitation centre. I have studied for years numerous and different artistic techniques that contribute to forming the final result of my work; over the years I have come to develop an inclusive style and technique (which mixes and combines the various techniques) and a concept of development of the work in progress which I consider to be special if not unique in their kind. I liked to paint with oil colors or egg tempera on canvas or wood panel. Over time I began to prefer a mixed technique: gold, silver, copper and bronze leaves, metal foils, oriental papers, glass colors, oil colors, acrylic colors and ink both on chalk prepared (many layers of chalk) wood panels/honeycomb core wood panels that canvas. My artworks are mainly meticulously prepared mix-media: I start from a basic idea but the creation takes place in the various phases of the work, remaking and readjusted the composition and the material of the artwork, reinterpreting a part according to the whole. They are works in succession, made with different layers. A continuous passing over the same surface, but also the same conception of the painting; to complete a single artwork takes a long time. They are works in progress, adapted from time to time according to the flow of feelings and the aesthetics of the result. My art comes from the desire to transpose on painting places and images that have caught my attention and that inspired me to a representation . They are the set of real memories and images that become unreal and fantasies as in dreams.

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