Milena Paladino

Joined Artfinder: March 2023

Artworks for sale: 20

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Italy

About Milena Paladino

 
 
  • Biography
    Creativity has always been one of my main personality traits. I learned how to paint, draw, sculpt in clay, and design graphic projects in art school. At the university, I expanded this practical knowledge to include theoretical aspects of art and its reception. But during all these years, I couldn’t find a form of creativity that would fully allow me to express myself. One day, with absolutely no great expectations for the result, I decided to embroider rather than paint one of my sketched compositions directly on the canvas. The embroidery process itself turned out to be a very relaxing and mesmerising experience. I completely lost myself in it. Also, seeing how satisfying the visual aspect of the finished work was for me, I immediately understood that I had found something special. I use natural materials to create my artworks, like alpaca and cotton yarns, because they offer the best aesthetic and sensory quality. I want my collectors to have contact with a truly high-quality product. My works require human interaction to fully understand what makes them valuable. I am deeply convinced that the art you create, besides the other arguments you want to express through it, must also talk about you. I try to strive for harmony, focusing on exploring colour, form, and composition in the pursuit of beauty. Through tangible materials, I want to express also intangible emotions: memories, dreams, silence and more. I really hope that Artfinder will help me to reach collectors that will love my art as much as I do.
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  • Education

    2005 - 2010

    Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań

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    Event: Dwellings

    Dates: March 20, 2024 - May 31, 2024

    Venue: Soho Home Studio, London

    Rise Art and Soho Home invite you to embark on a journey into the rich duality of home - embracing it as both tangible haven to “dwell in “ and a profound emotional landscape to “dwell on”.

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Education

2005 - 2010

Adam Mickiewicz University in Poznań


There are no upcoming events

Show previous events Hide previous events

Previous events

Event: Dwellings

Dates: March 20, 2024 - May 31, 2024

Venue: Soho Home Studio, London

Rise Art and Soho Home invite you to embark on a journey into the rich duality of home - embracing it as both tangible haven to “dwell in “ and a profound emotional landscape to “dwell on”.


 

Biography

Creativity has always been one of my main personality traits. I learned how to paint, draw, sculpt in clay, and design graphic projects in art school. At the university, I expanded this practical knowledge to include theoretical aspects of art and its reception. But during all these years, I couldn’t find a form of creativity that would fully allow me to express myself. One day, with absolutely no great expectations for the result, I decided to embroider rather than paint one of my sketched compositions directly on the canvas. The embroidery process itself turned out to be a very relaxing and mesmerising experience. I completely lost myself in it. Also, seeing how satisfying the visual aspect of the finished work was for me, I immediately understood that I had found something special. I use natural materials to create my artworks, like alpaca and cotton yarns, because they offer the best aesthetic and sensory quality. I want my collectors to have contact with a truly high-quality product. My works require human interaction to fully understand what makes them valuable. I am deeply convinced that the art you create, besides the other arguments you want to express through it, must also talk about you. I try to strive for harmony, focusing on exploring colour, form, and composition in the pursuit of beauty. Through tangible materials, I want to express also intangible emotions: memories, dreams, silence and more. I really hope that Artfinder will help me to reach collectors that will love my art as much as I do.