7 October 2019

Monday 7th October 2019 – Airport

In 2019 I made several trips by plane, and consequently I had the opportunity to see the airport structures and take-off and landing runways. Perhaps because of the work on the parking lots, the lines in the runways and the airport environment fascinated me and I started painting them. A friend noticed that, since I started painting airports, something different has taken shape: I go much more towards the observer as communication. In this work, which measures 50x60cm, through that […]
18 November 2019
2019 Airport 143x90cm olio su tela

Monday 18th November 2019 – Airport and 2020 Calendar

Last Saturday there was the opening of the exhibition “OPEN SPACE” and it was a really nice moment! About a hundred people came (whom I thank one by one) and I received many appreciations both for the artworks and for the installation and the gifts (catalog and magnet!). I can say that this new project started off great because I saw very happy people! This Monday and in the next few mondays I will talk about some of the artworks […]
2 March 2020
2020-Malpensa-120x140cm-olio-su-tela

Monday 2nd March 2020 – Malpensa

This painting on Malpensa airport took me some time before finishing it, about a month. The runway with the yellow line and the sky were already there, but I understood that it could not have ended like this, the presence of the airport structure was missing, which now gives a precise location to this place. These essential lines help me a lot to concentrate on the composition of the painting and to give me more freedom in the drafting of […]
9 March 2020
2020-Airport-50x40cm-olio-su-tela

Monday 9th March 2020 – Airport

In this tricky historical moment that we are living in Italy, my work is helping me not to run away from reality but rather it forces me to look at it more! I was surprised when was born this work from the Airport series, that sky so gray and the shades of overseas so veiled that create a light effect that crosses the runway of the planes, giving it as a caress. That vertical yellow line gives me a sense […]