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Mountains and Sea (White and Blue Porcelain Serie)

24 septembre 2019
©poggiodipoggio 60×60 x4cm Acrylic on canvas

White and Blue Porcelain Serie is inspired by the famous Chinese White and Blue porcelains made with the cobalt oxide pigment for the decoration (A very tricky technique is used since the 14th century). This serie is also inspired by the Japanese representation of water in the ukiyo-e of the 19th century (woodblock print technique and painting) such as the most popular Hokusai’s The Great Wave of Kanagawa (1831), seascapes, fishing sceneries, and the Hiroshige’s landscapes under the rain.

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I can Sea the Sky

©poggiodipoggio 60×60 x4cm Acrylic on canvas

Walking on the beach, the waves flowing back and forth on the sand allow me see to see the sky by reflection on the water surface.

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Almost White 1918

18 septembre 2019
©poggiodipoggio 60×60 x4cm Acrylic on canvas
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Almost blinded by the light on the peaceful water surface, I can meditate and observe warm undertones beyond the reflections

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Moonlight Sensation

Moonlight reflected on the waving surface of the sea express the beauty and the immensity of the universe

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Golden Sunset Miami Beach

14 septembre 2019
60×60 x4cm Acrylic on Canvas

Sunsets in Florida are stunning, mostly in the South (The Keys, The Everglades…)
That evening on Miami Beach, watching the ocean, I’ve seen the ultramarine blue water turning lighter and slowly burning in a warm orange tone.
Golden ripples were also moving and glowing on the surface.

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Ocean of Golden Ripples

5 août 2019
80×80 x2cm Acrylic on canvas ©poggiodipoggio

Ocean of Golden Ripples depicts the spiritual nature of water. Green-blueish tones evoke the transparency and the depth of the ocean, awakening the emotions of the viewers. They are combined with a network of connected golden lines, emphasizing the hypnotizing effect of the continuously moving ocean surface, touched by the sun. Through this evocation and use of the properties of water the artist calls on our conscience about the indispensable need of water for life.

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