Oil on canvas
Dimensions: 40cm (H) x 40cm (W) x 3.5cm (D) / 15.7" (H) x 15.7" (W) x 1.4" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
Two old metal jugs, one white and one blue, hanging from a rusty barbed wire, are forced to stand next to each other, trying to free themselves from a bond that is too tight, but will they succeed in undoing the barbed wire? I leave it to the viewer of the work to find the best solution!
I created this work on a canvas, I treated the background by overlapping several layers of colour to obtain a single sugar-paper blue one, I traced the outline of the painting with chalk and only then did I start painting with oil colours.
I use oil colour by overlaying many thin layers of appropriately diluted colour to create the effects I want.
Once perfectly dry, I finished the surface with a final coat of varnish to make it UV-resistant.
SOSPESI is the series I started painting in 2022, with which I wish to reflect on the suspended moments that life places before us and, through art, overcome the barrier of time, to give value to each moment.
The work does not have a frame but is ready to hang.
The work is signed on the front and back and will be accompanied by a certificate of authenticity.
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Based in: Sorbolo Mezzani - PR
NOTE: I will be away from 1 to 29 August 2022
Nicoletta Bagatti was born in Parma, Italy, in 1968.
A self-taught artist, she has been able to express her thoughts and life through art since childhood.
She has participated in numerous solo and group exhibitions throughout Italy since 1999.
In 2004, she was chosen for a cultural exchange and in the summer of that year, she painted at the ART CENTER in Miami in the United States, working with artists from all over the world.
In 2009, his installation of the series '...A NUDO' was exhibited at the Lu.C.C.A. - Lucca Center Of Contemporary Art (Museum of Contemporary Art of Lucca).
Over the years, the artist's way of making art has changed a lot, but what has always remained constant is his modus operandi. He uses an ancient technique, that of oil painting, and takes care of every part of his works, starting with the construction of the support. She highlights the parts of the painting that she needs to express the message she wants and leaves others incomplete to give free interpretation to those who observe them.
The artist likes to work on themes, even very different ones, in which she puts all of herself in order to stimulate, without reserve, her imagination and that of the observer.
Through painting, she completely expresses herself, her inner world, her fears, her dreams.
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