End of summer. The sky fills of clouds. The wind pushes toward autumn. Time to be back. Finally. 27 x 37 – painted 21 x 30 – price cat B
A strong wind. A stream of black clouds. You watch out of your window and see the summer go. 37 x 46 – Cat D
Summer always ends with sky turning gray, cloudy and windy. Some warmths remains but autumn is catching on. And nothing will stop him. 37 x 46 – Price category C
Looking at this, a friend told me that light tutned on on my painting. Not sure what she meant but I like to think I am finding my way in an artistic expression that looks at reality and turns it in imagination. It is Poggio seen from Marciana, a mountain view in Elba Island. I […]
This is small 13 x 18 painting I did to decorate home at Elba. As the others of the serie (shown in gallery) it has a realistic approach to the subject, but filtered by my view.
35 x 50 (painted). Price category C. I wake up early to ride my bicycle and this is what I see from window. Here I used completely different style from my last paintings here in Elba, expressing the calm and steady silence of an early morning at sea. The only moment of calm in a […]
On the route of being serious watercolorist the size of painting matters and here in vacation I am pushing myself to express on larger surfaces, which I discovered to be very amysing. Here is a large picture on half imperial sheet of a sea place where my sister is, and she says it resembles… Baghdad. […]
20 x 30 painted surface. Price category C. This is place I reach sometimes half dead in my bicycle journeys on the mountain of Elba. This morning I risked that half dead would not be a metaphora thanks to car turning U in front of me. These are houses in the golden light of morning […]
A view of Marciana from the water fountain where I stop during my bicycle tours. I am experimenting with new brush, too.
37 x 48 – price category D. I am having fun in painting larger sizes. I got a lot of paper to free myself from paper fear, but actually the wide surface transmitted me a positive feeling of freedom and joy. The gesture is more fun and I play much more then feeling worried to […]