Il pruno

A landscape is the millions of landscapes I have seen.
Plum Tree - oil on wood - 21cm x 20cm
The Plum Tree. Oil on wood board – 20 x 21 cm
To see is to preserve, to stack one layer on top of the other, hundreds of thousands of images. 

Ugly pics, classic tourists shots, beautiful photographs, one-second or one-hour long shots. All images, every second of the life.

Until one detail sums up all the experiences in a larger one, an image like a graphic word, the famous sense of the universal that we all share, "tutti, i belli e i brutti".

Art is the highest form of democracy.

Only very few of my landscapes are painted full air, and none from pictures, although I save inspirational pictures and I can sometime use them as a fast visual support or reminder.

This Plum Tree, for example, come from the inner world.

Il melone d’inverno

The winter melon.
Oil on wood board. 21 cm x 20cm .

Il sentiero inselvatichito

Oil on wooden board. 21 x 21 cm.


One way to showcase my works in virtual rooms.

My painting in Modern Poster Mockup #17 by Anthony Boyd Graphics
My painting in Modern Poster Mockup #13 by Anthony Boyd Graphics

Autoritratto con la brutta cera.

Acrylic on wooden board. 100cm x 80cm

What worse then loosing yourself?

Life is this unbelievable sequence of shows. On stage, the decorations change, the script repeat itself.

Bomb on the tower.

Acrylic on paper – A4

Tree. December

A frozen tree in the winter. Acrylic on paper.
Acrylic on paper A4.

Tree. November

Acrylic on carton. A4

Milan by night

Acrylic on carton. A4.

The Spree n° 4

Acrylic on wall.

The Spree view number 4. Acrylic on wall. 1.2 meter high, 2.2 meters long.

And some details: