Small painted abstract landscape, ultramarine blue and cadmium yellow light.
White lines draw shapes that could suggest a sunny sky on a calm sea, cut by strong yellow light scratches.
Pigment and acrylic resin on canvas, 2005
Around the year 2000 along with some artists, we used to go to the mountains to paint "en plein air" landscape, using only watercolors. We spent the day to produce countless studies, that then everyone was using as a draft according to its needs.
What you see is one of these watercolors, which refers to the mountainous landscape of the place where I live: Piedmont, Italy.
This period spent painting the mountain landscape has been very important to me, and laid the foundation for a subsequent point in my art where I experienced the abstraction of the landscape itself.
I love to explore the outside world with a deep look and see how it is modulated in my mind through the language of painting.