All tagged mixed media

Andrea Mariconti

With a major in visual arts and scenography, Andrea Mariconti’s work is about exploration of raw materials made up of conceptual properties, that emulate nature and organic forms. With a wide range of experiences within the social health sector, Mariconti’s work has since won awards worldwide for his expressive artworks and their transmutation.

Fabio La Fauci

Inspired by surrealism, abstract expressionism and minimalism, Fabio La Fauci’s works oscillate between abstract geometry and organic reality, escaping all attempts at artistic classification. La Fauci’s works’ intrinsic plastic ambiguity enables a transformation from one meaning to another, ultimately derived from his own subconscious.

Jeanne Isabelle Cornière

Exploring the theme of childhood, memory, and time, Isabelle Cornière’s work is an extension of her research, reflections and poetry. As a meditative investigation on human nature, Cornière creates her elegant sculptures out of bronze, coated with timeless white chalk that is then hand painted, and often paired with delicate glass accessories.

Isabelle Scheltjens

Developing a unique glass-fusing mosaic technique, Isabelle Scheltjens achieves striking optical effects by capturing the dance of light and colour within her creations. The colourful pieces of glass act as dots of paint used by the pointillists: forming an abstract image up close, yet a dramatic and precise portrait from a distance.

Marco Grassi / Grama

With a fascination for the human form and identity, Marco Grassi creates intense portrait paintings consisting of vibrant colours that challenge the boundaries of pop art. Grassi’s work is composed of pigments directly applied to the canvas with a palette knife, defining texture and character through this layering process, and often adorned with his signature gold leaf technique.

Massimo Giannoni

Working with the traditional medium of oil painting, Massimo Giannoni’s figurative and signature technique is made up of thick impastoed paint giving an almost abstract effect within his works. For Giannoni, time is a symbolic element, with his subjects consist of contrasting spaces of libraries, book shops, and stock exchange rooms.