is known for his poetic imagery imbued with references to Baroque
painters such as Caravaggio and other old masters of Romanticism. His
work focuses on the coexistence of good and evil, sacred and profane in
both our daily life and our subconscious. In this light, the emotional
intensity of his depictions reveals an attempt to connect the parallel
dimension, where his almost-theatrical representations take place in a
socio-psychological present. The psychological aspects of his figures
are projections of different phases that the human soul goes through
during its ongoing transformation.
jumping back on the inktober train, after migraines and intense cramps knocked me off my game. a little ink study of roberto ferri’s “vanitas”, 2014. maybe my challenge for the rest of the month will be painting studies.