Roseanne Williams espone per la prima volta in galleria. Il percorso artistico comprende N°22 opere ad olio dell’ultima creazione, di medio e grande formato.
on display at Galleria del Palazzo-Coveri
Introduction by. Domenico Viggiano
General Secretary of the Academy of Arts of Design,
former Director of the Academy of Fine Arts in Florence
The artist will attend
April 20th 2017 at 6:30 pm Galleria del Palazzo-Coveri opening the solo exhibition of the North American artist Roseanne Williams. The show will be introduced by Domenico Viggiano. General Secretary of the Academy of Arts of Design, former Director of the Academy of Fine Arts in Florence
On display it will be a careful selection of 22 works in oil, with different size of her last creation,.
Show can be visited until May 24th, 2017.
Catalog i published by Bandechi & Vivaldi, available in gallery
Alessandro Paladini oversaw the graphic layout of the catalog
Roseanne is an eclectic artist, internationally recognized. Her artistic interests ranging from painting, sculpting to music, the artist also works in the social field.
Roseanne had a 20 year professional career in Human Relations working for Varian Associates and Digital Equipment Corp. in the U.S., and in U.K. she attended Northeastern University and Salem State College. Roseanne Williams was born in Massachusetts and currently lives and works in Hobe Sound, Florida and Newport, R.I In 1991, while living in Toronto, she decided to pursue a lifelong dream of becoming an artist.
She studied at Sheridan College in Oakville (Ontario), and later the Cincinnati Academy of Art.
In 1996 she moved to Florence (Italy) where she continued her art studies with Alvaro Baragli, a well-known Florentine artist.
Roseanne’s first solo exhibition was in Florence (Italy) in 1998. Since then she has had countless solo and group shows in different cities around Italy, and in the U.S.
Roseanne’s paintings are held in corporate and private collections in the U.S. and Europe.
Wrote to her
From the critical essay in catalog
[…] "Every feeling that communicates Williams is the result of the sedimentation of an emotion. The sign is never overdone or split, but lives like a piece of a complex mosaic of the soul. The color is laid on with strength and powerful is the feeling that wants to claim as if it were a matter of shape, mold. the search for Williams is therefore a fait accompli that is revealed before our eyes in all its narrative….What we can do is admire the works and be carried away in his own world” [..]. Domenico Viggiano
One critic been described her work as “wondrously suspended between figurative and abstract”
Another one described it as “a gust of wind penetrating each object until it explodes, disintegrating the physical limits of form revealing it’s chromatic spirit.