Timelines 2021

The light has won.

Rejoice the earth flooded with so great splendor; the light of the eternal King has conquered the darkness of the world. … gathered here in the solar clarity of this new light, invoke with me the mercy of almighty God.

Plaster for oil painting base, pieces of raw coal crushed on the vinegar table to change color.

Dull chalk and oil to mortify the base of a painting.

Abstract materic paintings on self-produced canvas, plaster and oil.

Abstract material framework, where color and matter have a predominant role on the final result.

Glassy 2021

Vitrification is the process during which a liquid turns into an amorphous solid. This process occurs following a sudden cooling of the liquid, so that the solid that is formed is also called "supercooled liquid".

Beware of gypsum for oil painting base,

Dull chalk and oil to mortify the base of a painting.

Abstract materic paintings on self-produced canvas, plaster and oil

Abstract material framework, where color and matter have a predominant role on the final result.

Lapis 2021

Painting of a Lapis Lazuli and its inclusion in painting.
Macro painting is the genre of painting that focuses on small or very small subjects.
Paintings of this type are unequivocally fascinating and easily arouse the viewer's attention.
However, they cannot be obtained randomly, they require special attention.

Abstract painting, where the oil color and turpentine have a predominant role on the final result.

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Gianluca Fascetto

Italy

https://www.singulart.com/en/artist/gianluca-fascetto-19407

Biography

I was born in 1983 in a small town in the Tuscany (Maremma), Cinigiano (Grosseto) and from an early age I grew up with a passion for drawing and art.
I am the son of a jeweler mother and a farmer father, two professions that coexist with the beauty of this world. I discovered painting at the age of 9 on a summer afternoon immersed in rummaging through didactic books on art, and like a baby who sees the light for the first time I started seeing something.
Leafing through I came across one of the most beautiful paintings for me, the "Libecciata" by Giovanni Fattori, and in trying to reproduce it with my fingers on a canvas I did not feel the passage of time. At that moment I realized that I would never do without painting again.

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