I was in Amsterdam last weekend and one of the most beautiful places there is the museum dedicated to Vincent Van Gogh. I liked most the masterpiece entitled “The Sower”. Compared to this picture Van Gogh himself said in a letter to Emile Bernard in 1888: “Snatches of memories from past times, yearnings for that infinite of which the Sower, the sheaf, are the symbols, still enchant me as before”. When I paint the sea and the Irish expanses, as […]
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!
Cliffs is a work about the Irish cliffs. I have tried to represent the amazing show of the cliffs lashed by the waves. I wanted to point out the colors of the foam, and mostly the movement of the waves. The dynamism comes from the direction of the sky (to the rocks) and from the opposite way of the foam. The wilderness’s strength is fascinating and frightening. Happy monday and good week to all
This artwork represent a view of the Cliffs of Moher, on the west coast of Ireland. I love the picture of the cliffs overlooking the Ocean, because it gives the sense of disproportion between me and the magnitude of the cliffs that are broken by waves and light. I feel the life flowing in these greens, and within the contrasts of the cliffs I find a light that grabs me. Happy monday and good week!