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Danilo Buccella (b. 1974, Liestel) is an Italian artist. His works found space betweenn figurative and abstract painting. His characters usually represent the figure of the “explorer”, a magical individual who interacts with a sort of hyper-nature. In his painting process, he applies various layers of colours and images, creating a variegate palette of colours. Raised among the countryside, the artist has developed a sense of unrest that connects all his works. In his whole production, time is suspended between emotions and undefined space.
This series of paintings depicting the waterfalls was made in correspondence with the last days of March, a period that coincides with the change of season, a spring-like moment. The viewer’s gaze
opens up to a surprising scene in which a couple of women are seated on a bone of gigantic size that acts as a bridge between two strips of land. The bone and the background become secondary to the importance of the encounter between the two protagonists of the painting.
Recently his works has been exhibited at “The Prospectiva pingendi, Nuovi scenari della pittura italiana” in Todi. Actually, Danilo Buccella is working at the Art residence in Museum Insel Hombroich in Germany. His works are part of important private and public collections like Deutsche Bank, Museo di Bergamo, Museo di San Marino.
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