Original artwork description:

WOMAN MOON - enamel and paint on canvas 80x71 cm.
Through his art, the artist Ezio Ranaldi takes on one of the most burning - and most discussed - themes of human history: the role of women. Women are represented both in their seductive power, unquestioned protagonists on perturbing canvases, and in their most intimate fragility, fear and ferocity. They are represented fragmented, broken, "broken" (all assisted by symbols that evoke the torment: explosions, screams, glasses that implode) as if to indicate a multifaceted sexuality, stratified, in continuous mutation and always in the balance. Nothing for the woman is defined or definitive in and of itself. Tension emerges, the fear of having to defend one's own fragility and vulnerability from the lust of others, protecting the symbol of the deepest generative power: the naked body. And also the exhausted desire to be able to forget oneself and escape the gaze of others; to sleep, to turn one's back on that mirror of awareness, of harsh cruelty. The moon, shining and silent guardian, next to women's bodies. The moon, maternal archetype par excellence, has always been symbolically linked to biological rhythms, water, tides, female cycles, the passage from life to death. The lunar feminine is mysterious and ambiguous, it has the divine power to see beyond, to illuminate the shadowy areas of the soul, especially the darker ones, and to come into contact with these in a dialogue that can make one tremble.

Everyone needs to dream and everyone dreams; one makes art to dream. Whoever makes art is a dreamer, who frames his dreams to offer them to the spectators, who in turn love to dream.
The MOON is the soul, it is our way of experiencing emotions, desires, dreams. The EARTH is reality, the place where we struggle with "regrets" and "disappointments". THE FEMALE BODY with which the artist expresses that desired stillness that results in the catharsis of art.

Materials used:

enamel and varnish

Tags:
#modern art #beautiful woman #female portrait #full moon #female body #erotic painting #new contemporary art #figurativ art 
LUNA WOMAN (2016)
Mixed-media painting
by Ezio Ranaldi

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Original artwork description
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WOMAN MOON - enamel and paint on canvas 80x71 cm.
Through his art, the artist Ezio Ranaldi takes on one of the most burning - and most discussed - themes of human history: the role of women. Women are represented both in their seductive power, unquestioned protagonists on perturbing canvases, and in their most intimate fragility, fear and ferocity. They are represented fragmented, broken, "broken" (all assisted by symbols that evoke the torment: explosions, screams, glasses that implode) as if to indicate a multifaceted sexuality, stratified, in continuous mutation and always in the balance. Nothing for the woman is defined or definitive in and of itself. Tension emerges, the fear of having to defend one's own fragility and vulnerability from the lust of others, protecting the symbol of the deepest generative power: the naked body. And also the exhausted desire to be able to forget oneself and escape the gaze of others; to sleep, to turn one's back on that mirror of awareness, of harsh cruelty. The moon, shining and silent guardian, next to women's bodies. The moon, maternal archetype par excellence, has always been symbolically linked to biological rhythms, water, tides, female cycles, the passage from life to death. The lunar feminine is mysterious and ambiguous, it has the divine power to see beyond, to illuminate the shadowy areas of the soul, especially the darker ones, and to come into contact with these in a dialogue that can make one tremble.

Everyone needs to dream and everyone dreams; one makes art to dream. Whoever makes art is a dreamer, who frames his dreams to offer them to the spectators, who in turn love to dream.
The MOON is the soul, it is our way of experiencing emotions, desires, dreams. The EARTH is reality, the place where we struggle with "regrets" and "disappointments". THE FEMALE BODY with which the artist expresses that desired stillness that results in the catharsis of art.

Materials used:

enamel and varnish

Tags:
#modern art #beautiful woman #female portrait #full moon #female body #erotic painting #new contemporary art #figurativ art 
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My name is Ezio Ranaldi, and I am an artist, I paint beauty, colour, life, through female bodies I tell stories, events. Female figures that lay bare their dreams, their... Read more

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