17 June 2019
2019 Punta Hellbronner 30x96cm olio su tela HD

Monday 17th June 2019 – Hellbronner Peak

What I freally like about my job is the chance to travel. Last week I went to the Fondation Beyeler in Basel to see the exhibition of Rudolf Stingel, a formidable artist able to use the most ancient means of art history, painting, and make it always new. The painting you see below (where I also had a picture taken) of 335x459cm oil on canvas left me breathless! I drew my English in front of the lady who took the picture: […]
15 April 2019

Monday 15th April 2019 – Ireland

In every work that I paint, my first concern is not to give up at the first impact, even if it is beautiful and interesting. As in this Irish painting, in which there is a cliff seen from above, I try to get inside the details of the rocks, inside the shadows and lights that give life to this place. Then the deep blue of the ocean in the foreground, which to the children who came to see me in […]
25 March 2019

Monday 25th March 2019 – Mont Blanc

Once in a while, I feel the need to paint large formats, with no special client needs, but with a taste for thinking big. In this view of Mont Blanc there is this greatness to which I was aiming, in particular in the movements of the peaks that break the fast rhythm of the snow and in the wind that crosses the part of the sky. It is a work of great size 150x250cm and should be seen from far […]
16 October 2017

Monday 16th October 2017 – Wind

This recent Irish artwork is a view of the imposing Cliffs of Moher from Galway. The wind dominates the scene of the painting: everything is swept away like an hurricane, and the greens in the speed become almost transparent and mixed with the intense colors of the ocean. The cliff, central, gives balance to the work. I love painting these totally natural landscapes, giving me a sense of infinite and deep peace.