At this muggy heat, I would answer with the fresh Irish sky. The work is “Cutting Lights”, an oil on canvas 70 × 100 cm. There is a detail that I wanted to focus: the peack of the cliff, which creates a beam of light that points directly to the eyes of the beholder. Happy Monday and enjoy the rest of summer!
In this very small 10x10cm painting I have depicted an Irish Bay. It’s all a play of light and shadow, made of brush strokes and very thin spatula touches. There is a very famous song by Fiorella Mannoia, Sky of Ireland, which I think helps to get into the work when it says that Ireland “drowns you in green and covers you with blue”. In this period I am really drowning in these immense and deep colors. Happy monday and good […]
In this paintingabout the Irish cliffs of Moher I have confined to the right side the rocks that stand out on the ocean and I gave space to the colors of the water that gradation on gradation gives life and depth to the work. The cliff in the background, however, is nothing but a touch of wide spatulate of green above the blue, and nearby a tip of thicker white, which gives light to the waves. This second cliff in […]