Arezzo Tuscan landscape. Abstract series
They show the message that a child mind receives when he bumps into what God created.
Unable to name things, he sees them with their colour.
The pure gold background entirely engraved with a burin represents God’s space, the
maker of ideal worlds and cities; while the landscape as well as the surrounding
environment made up of primary colours represents nature. The houses, the small
Romanesque country churches, the walls but also the monuments of the city of
Arezzo are turned into geometrical shapes with pure and essential colours. The same
ones used by artists in the Renaissance.
Categories: Arte Moderna