Subject Tags: yellow and green, oranges and reds, blue violet, violet colors, classic movies, moviestar, movies, cinematagrapher, hollywood actress, actresses, rectangular painting, portrait art, portraiture, woman portrait, portraits, colorful art, colorful painting, modern contemporary painting, contemporary painting, contemporary art, modern, modern contemporary, modernism, modern art, watercolor paper, watercolor art, watercolor painting, watercolor
Size: 15.75"W x 19.69"H x 0.01"D
Year Created: 2016
The color to give new life and make someway contemporary the most famous artists of the past, this is basically my goal, trying to make known to new generations all those people who have enriched the artistic and cultural heritage of humanity. I wanted to choose the watercolor for the realization of this portraits series, because it is one of the techniques I love the most, especially for the ability that has to give freshness and modernity to every subject which is performed.
In my art there is an inner search and at the same time a concentration for the visual aspect of the artwork, for harmony in combining subject and color. I started from very small to draw and experiment in the artistic field. Initially I was attracted more from classical art, I have focused my attention very on the study of human anatomy, inspired by sketches of artists like Leonardo, Michelangelo, Raphael. Especially the sculptures of Michelangelo have impressed me were those who "lit" my passion for anatomical drawing, pushing me to make extensive use of the technique of chiaroscuro in cross hatching, one of the techniques that I like and love to use when I have to make a drawing or sketch. Following this my "classical" period, I tried a little bit to find my own artistic identity, something that would represent myself in my work, so I tried to experiment with abstract art, concentrating more on the use of acrylic colors, to me new. Currently I'm using a lot watercolors, among the techniques for painting the one that I prefer together with the oil, trying to create a more personal and recognizable style. However, what is most important to me is to convey positive emotions in all my work, for me art means harmonious whole, those who look at a work of art must feel pleasure, temporarily breaking away from the heaviness of reality around us, lightening itself from all the frustrations of being. My personal opinion is that art must be pleasing to the eye and soul.