flowers, relief with one thickness much high, acrylic painting without the use of the paint-brushes, only with the fingers.
Antonio Vecchiarelli born in Pontelandolfo (Bn) 13-08-52. Begin painting (selfs taught) 1968. First exhibiting his work in the early 1970. Lives and works in Sinalunga (Siena) Italy. Floral paintings,Tuscany landscape paintings and farmhouse with still life. Modern Impressionism and Realism painting. Languages: Italian and German. From childhood, Antonio nourished a passion for the arts. At age 16, in his hometown of San Bartolomeo in Galdo (Bn), he met some young students who attended the school of art in the nearby city of Napoli. Taking advantage of this opportunity to research and study with them benefited him greatly in his future art endeavors. He left Italy to travel Europe for a time, making a stop in Germany. There he met a group of German artists who produced fantastic chisel work on leather hides (called Lederschnitt). So, along with graphic works, he learned the art of cutwork, of chiseling, and of sculpting on leather, "landscapes leather carving". For 18 years he has lived in Tuscany, in the province of Siena, where he made his start landscape painting with acrylic colorsa technique necessary to give the right light to his painted landscapes. He does not regard himself as a professional, but as a perpetual pupil of the nature that surrounds him. He does not tie himself to any stream, but remains faithful to his own ideals, painting and sculpting purely for the joy of doing it.Last year exhibition:Turin (1998) Artists cultural associationAlessandria: (1999) town hall theaterSanta Margherita Ligure: (2000)Portofino: (2001) Kulm Milan: (2001) Scala theaterPontelandolfo: (2001) town hallTelese: (2001) termeAlessandria: (2001) Congress center SpinettaGherasco: (2002)Milan: (2002) Arciboldi theaterSanto Stefano Belbo: (2003) town hallPiacenza: (2003) Spadarina GalleryGrazzano Visconti: (2003) The BiscioneCastellarquato: (2003) Rita's Gallery Compiano: (2003) to the CastleMilan: (2004) Gallery Modigliani Brera