I begin to paint when I was a child, but only after the Art School graduation I start my journey into a personal style of painting, mainly inspired by Art Nouveau and Pop Art.
My artworks are been showcased on several local exhibitions in the past, but I've never liked so much the whole art "circus" or showbiz, because I've always feels like the art is the less important part. When you get into this business you became a product, and people likes your work as much as you're supported by the empty words of so called "experts", often claiming a reward to speak of you. I have a different view of art. Art is a need, for those who make it, and for those who enjoy of it. It's something priceless, but this doesn't mean it may be available only for very rich people. In the ancient times art was part of the everyday's life, art was the shine of public places, art was the pleasure of the common tools, art was for everybody. That's my hope for art, to be enjoyable for everybody. If you go to the Louvre Museum you can't buy the Mona Lisa, but you can buy a poster, you can buy a t-shirt, a mug... you get home with the soul of that paint, which is what art is, something for your soul, is not the canvas itself that matters! You can sell an original paint, for three-zero amount of money or more, and let one person enjoy it alone all life long, or you can sell the soul of it, for few coins, and make it enjoyable to many people. I choose the second way, make art for all and that's why, if you like my paintings, they are only available as prints online.
I'm also a hobby photographer with a Master in Photography and Reportage photography at the John Kaverdash School of Milan and cross-stitch patterns designer.
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