To My Aunt Ada Rossi
Ballpoint Pen On Cardboard, 14,8 x 10,5 cm, January 2020
Style, in the contemporary age has become not the element that defines the identity of the painter or draftsman, but an obligation, not a natural disposition that determines, through careful analysis of the technique, the hand of the artificer , but a repetitive practice, a long theory of similar or even identical paintings, in summary the serial reproduction, however original, of the product.
This, fortunately, there are any exceptions, is the current cultural proposal, which does not allow the artist to show the shamanic qualities he had laboriously conquered.
The search for levity is very difficult but it is a practice to be preserved. It is a bad thing to use the terms from one artistic practice to another but the timbre and musicality are what comes closest to the awareness unawareness of the painting.
Oil and Acryilic Painting on a Photo Print 25 x 20,7 cm, 2019 April