He begam his artistic career inthe 70s, with an exhibition organized by Don Gnocchi Foundation of Parma, where he received interest in the some works inspired by landescapes painted with tempera on paper and wood, with this first participation he started to work in the art world.

"In the informal art is expressed the same concept of matter freedom: in its lacerations vibrates the desire and tension of a metamorphosis of matter itself, in this perpetual becoming ... "


In the first phase of his artistic work, the figurative aspect is dominant, to be replaced by the testing of materials and colors. Influenced by the various artistic tendencies with it comes in contact, come to a personal interpretation of the informal.

His language is hectic and leads to a meaningful world that is emerging and that predisposes to a message in ecological sense, dealing with the imbalanced relationship between Man and Nature. This theme dealt with in different forms and solutions, builds always that thread of dialogue infinite. His canvases are taking "Body" in a practical significance that grows slowly and tenaciously according to a new intensity and a new color of life. A search always supported by a strict and severe "spirituality" to which they are subjected to careful scrutiny color thickness of the material.

" Today we are at war with the colors and the fight is fierce: it is one of us win. "

Boldness of the sudden light and the radical transformations of the objects of reality are translated into a "natural exhausted" then. His painting is not closed in a world that looks to itself but is reflected in an endless dialogue, through his works.

Currently, its membership is continuous and constant in both collective and personal exhibitions, always achieving personal recognition by critics and audiences, their works are in private and public collections.


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