The painting process begins with a flash act, the informal movement of big brushes on canvas. Then little brushes with slow, accurate movement come along, lying shapes of curvy lines on the first mass of colors. I paint with the aim of make visible what is so subtle to be considered unreal. The shapes I find mean to catch what we cannot measure. So, my ripple and wavy lines expresses the osmosis of a body in sensitive connection with the environment that embraces it, in a same flow.
I find out an organic abstraction, or a semifigurative style, with botanical and surrealistic echoes.
A deep passion for Pontormo is the pathway to my poetic: the desire to loose my borders into his drapery wrinkles, to catch his
perfect colored essence.