In mostra saranno esposti i dipinti più recenti di Antonio Tamburro e Vanni Saltarelli, due artisti che pur esprimendosi in modo differente hanno entrambi una forte personalità artistica che si manifesta immediatamente nella loro pittura.
6° Senso Art Gallery ha il piacere di invitare la S.V all’inaugurazione della mostra degli artisti Antonio Tamburro e Vanni Saltarelli, che si terrà lunedì 25 giugno al Grand Hotel Villa Serbelloni di Bellagio, uno degli alberghi più antichi ed eleganti di tutta la zona del Lago di Como. In mostra saranno esposti i dipinti più recenti di Antonio Tamburro e Vanni Saltarelli, due artisti che pur esprimendosi in modo differente hanno entrambi una forte personalità artistica che si manifesta immediatamente nella loro pittura. Entrambi utilizzano una tecnica pittorica magistrale che va al di là del virtuosismo accademico
6° Senso Art Gallery is pleased to invite you Monday, June 25th, 2012 at 19.00 pm. at the opening of Antonio Tamburro & Vanni Saltarelli’s exhibition, at Grand Hotel Villa Serbelloni in Bellagio, one of the oldest and most elegant hotels in the Lake Como area. The exhibition will display recent works of the artists, whose expressed they art in different ways but they have both a strong artistic personality that manifests itself immediately in their painting. Both use a masterly painting technique that goes beyond the academic virtuosity. Their painting through the immediacy of expression communicates real emotions. The colour is predominant in Antonio Tamburro’s paintings. The scenes of his paintings are born by a careful study of nineteenth-century painting, defined in some details and in others just mentioned, along with brightly acrylic colour, that is spread by dynamics brushwork and by materic strokes of spatula. His painting themes represent the poetry of everyday life and are those of women in the café, of city crowded of peoples and umbrellas, of advertising posters, until those of musical instruments of jazz. In Vanni Saltarelli’s painting, the scratching and quick sign of pencil and pastels is predominant, along with oil paint composed of delicate shades of brown, red, blue and gold. His painting themes for mostly represent anatomical study of the female body, described in its total elegance and sensuality, but also that of some mythical animals like the horse and the rhinoceros, until a few glimpses of urban and citizens landscapes, described at the same time in a real and visionary way.