Wednesday, 18 April 2012

Ten Days of Art




Our big 10 day art exhibition is on its fourth (exhausting) day.  The weekend was very busy with crowds following a winding route through the villa, three floors of sculpture, paintings and photography, all by local artists.  Its amazing how much talent there is in one small area and there is an interesting variety too.

I have had the opportunity to meet and talk with many of the artists and will be showing some of their work here.
The first artist I want to introduce to you to is Flulvio di Genova.

Flulvio di Genova (pen and ink)


Fulvio is an architect originally from Taranto in the South of Italy.  He has been drawing since he was at school where he frequently got into trouble for creating masterpieces on his desk top.  Nowadays he uses graphite to create beautiful portraits and ink for his artwork in pontillism inspired by his travels to Eygpt, Marocco and the Netherlands  The portrait below is his most recent, although I had difficulty taking a photo without the sun reflecting on the glass.

Fluvio di Genova (graphite)

I was allowed to have a look at his sketches and this one of a musician really jumped out, especially as Fulvio himself is a talented cello player.








I hope you enjoyed a quick look at one of our artist's work, keep checking back as I will be showing you quite a few more this week.





                                                                          

8 comments:

ElasticUnicorn said...

Wow, he is a very talented artist. I like all the ones you have posted. The first is a wonderfully detailed pen and ink drawing. The cello player is fantastic with it's free style full of movement. And a great graphite portrait. Plenty of freedom and style.
It's going to be interesting to see the more artist's work.
Great blog Cathy.
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frayedattheedge said...

What amazing work! I'm looking forward to seeing more from the exhibition.

Jennifer Ford said...

Love the work you have shown. Such beautiful drawings and then such freedom and movement in the cello player. Lovely. Hope the exhibition goes well.

Martine said...

Thank you for sharing these beautiful workpieces !
All the best for your work too !!

Studio at the Farm said...

I loved the peek at the work, Cathy. I look forward to more.

nanke's stuff said...

Oh my goodness, what wonderful work! Each piece is unique, original,and beautifully done. Thank you so much for showing us, and please thank him from all of us for allowing you to do so. nancy

Boud said...

How generous of you to showcase other artists! thank you for your true artist's heart. and for the pictures. I'm checking in regularly anyway, but this is a new bonus for the reader.

Cathy Holtom said...

Dear Kathy,
I would like to thank you for publishing my drawings on your blog and also thank your friends for their flattering appreciation of my works. A cordial greeting to you all.
(From Fulvio di Genova)

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