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Affiliati Peducci Savini

From aesthetics to science, from form to naturesculptors Matteo Peducci and Mattia Savini achieve an innovative effect in art using geopolymer materials. The marble, a material which characterizes classical sculpture, encompasses a symbolic journey which demands to be followed in order to tell a new story of contemporary art.

Alessandro Tofanelli

Investigating the relationship between time and memory, Alessandro Tofanelli creates metaphysical landscape in the form of traditional oil painting. Combining memories of forgotten places in Tuscany and his poetic imagination, Tofanelli uses fine brush strokes to create his intricate landscapes and waterscapes that combine both architecture and nature.

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.

Ognian Zekoff

A hyperrealistic artist based in Montreal, Ognian Zekoff uses traditional techniques to create powerful visionary artworks that portray an human emotions within his oil paintings. Zekoff is an internationally recognised artist and a master chiaroscurist, focusing on the human hand and the nude female body as his main subjects, which he masters with a three-dimensional effect.

Roberta Coni

Primarily interested in the human form, Roberta Coni focuses on expression and emotions of the present moment. Coni creates large-scale oil paintings which focus on the eyes of her portrait subjects, portraying a sense of realism within her series of works, reminiscent of Flemish old masters.

Stefano Bombarderi

Bombardieri is renowned for bringing public squares and parks to life with monumental sculptures of wild animals caught in unconventional situations. Like in a circus, the first impression that these creatures instil in the audience is a smile, followed by a more serious consideration on human nature.

Tim Woolcock

As a modern British painter Woolcock's landscapes have often been described as mystical in their composition. He has always shown an affinity with Zen and this is reflected in most of his work. The strong pigments used in his oil colour have also made his work distinctive.