My Art Philosophy

If you have a garden and a library, you have everything you need”. Marcus Tullius Cicero.

I’m totally related to this quote. Nature and books are a perfect combination. I’m an introspective person, I like pondering and reading, especially philosophy essays. And often these meditations are reflected on my art.

My favorite subjects are nature and landscapes, because I think that only through nature you can find a reconnection with the cosmos, the universe, the world we live in.

My abstract landscapes have no topographical or realistic references, they don’t come from some specific memories.

Fundamentally I’m a seeker. My approach is the same, despite the medium used, traditional or digital.

The process is a sort of meditation, an exploration of the unseen, unveiling a sort of transcendent, a hidden universal truth, something archetypical that can connect us and resonate with everyone.

These perceptions, or maybe I should say visions, are evocative, timeless, silent, solitary, ethereal, deep; they come through an atmospheric, mysterious and transient nature, an impermanent beauty, but always with the purpose of a better knowledge of who we are.

To be continued…