ITALIAN-BORN DRAFTSMAN ARTIST WITH THE ATELIER LOCATED IN THE FOOTHILLS OF THE ALPS NEAR THE CITY OF VARESE. YOUNG EXPONENT OF SURREALISM WITH A REFINED STROKE.
Who i am
“Why do you draw?” The answer is simple: "it's what I know how to do, which satisfies me the most, but above all, it's the best thing I have to offer the world". There is in each of us a talent, an innate ability which, once revealed, must be exercised and developed, otherwise, it would be like throwing a gift received to the wind. After several years in which travels to different parts of the world have been profoundly meaningful, and formative by expanding the boundaries of my mind, I have decided to return to my country of origin and make art the protagonist of my existential path again. In my works, which are largely influenced by the animal and vegetable world, the human figure and classical art play a fundamental role. The inspiration for the creation of a work does not necessarily originate from something strictly real and tangible, but various subjects and objects gather around it that make up a single whole, within which there are social messages that touch on multiple topics. Most works are born from a vision closely linked to the real world and from observing everything that surrounds us. When I am struck by a particular subject, I develop a story in my head that I try to bring to life through drawing. "My story" may not be understood or shared by everyone, but if from the observation of my works, each individual develops "his story", it means that I have managed to arouse emotion, involvement and at that point, I am aware that you did a good job. Pencils, graphite, and charcoal for the black and white works; crayons, markers, chalks, and spray cans, when I can't resist the charm of color. These are the materials I prefer to give life to my subjects that move from reality to a fantasy world, creating compositions that oscillate between realism and surrealism, as if suspended in limbo, in search of an imaginary world perfectly balanced between reality and fiction."