Alessandro Roma: Painting & Collage

I love this work by Italian artist Alessandro Roma, which combines painting, drawing and collage to create psychedelic atmospheres that reside between abstraction and figuration. His subject matter, which spans architecture, interiors and landscapes, “are all characterized both by a certain fragmentation and by the use of different techniques which create a continuous solicitation to the vision.”

Artist Statement: ” The aim of fragmentation (in my work) is to give to my images more strength in order to create new subjects. So, through the painting I try to create new atmospheres, through the collage I try to allow existing images to coexist together and through the drawing I try to underline the passing of forms and styles. I would like that my work could live between abstraction and figuration, which, I believe, could be a good solution to give to the pictorial vision a new strength.”

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March 16, 2011   No Comments   Posted under Inspiration

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