Born: near Paestum, Campania, Italy, 1965Current home and studio: Salerno, Italy Above all paintig oil on canvas and sculpture...but also (only made on order): engraving on glass, painting on porcelain and ceramics, frescos "a secco" on walls, painting on furnishings.I've renunciated to my work as lawyer to dedicate all my energy and time to the painting and research. Many fascinations: Caravaggio, Klee, DeChirico....metafisica, impressionismo, dada, dal...My research in painting pass across a deep study of the Colour, as energy and vibration. Powerful strenght of comunication free from theory and words. This is painting.
Patrizia Rinaldi, young publishes a collection of poems "Mosaic fluid" that finds good public interest. He attended "group virus", lively milieu of poets partenopei, "headquartered" to "Intra-Moenia" literary coffee of Attilio Wanderling. Then, writes a theatrical "Fratelli d'Italia" text that will be represented at the Pompeiane Panatenee and in various countries of the world pet "Movement dance" of Gabriella Stazio. Loves to dance, music, the poem, the geometry, the astronomy. Meanwhile continuing studies of law at the Frederick II in Naples, where, then, becomes lawyer, but his passion is painting, studied with stimatissima Guglielmina Clerici at the International Art Academy in Rome and which focuses exclusively, and in various forms, many years. Pursuing the dream of bringing art and the fair daily, founds life in Rome, in 1996, the "Nike Ars" atelir forge of creativity, where creates art with various techniques and unique objects materials intended, however, for a daily use and collezionati foreigners from many admirers. His creations give rise, moreover, interest of Ms Ceicko Hasegawa of the Nichido Gallery in Tokyo. Works for many years, with architects and ebanisti Capitoline. Keep painting and applied arts courses. Numerous exhibitions both personal and collective, of which the last "the painting as travel" to the historical archives of the municipality of Bracciano (Rome). For some years, giving in to his immeasurable love to the South, did return. ,…Read More