I am proud to present to you this month’s Featured Artist Attilio Radice.
This Month’s Featured Artist Attilio Radice
Meet This Month’s Featured Artist Attilio Radice
Dave Nevue – Where are you from?
Attilio Radice – I am from Italy, born in Novara, a pleasant town northwest of Italy.
Dave Nevue – How long have you been painting?
Attilio Radice – Nineteen years, since I retired from my previous job (as a manager of a leading Italian industrial group).
Dave Nevue – What inspired you to be an artist?
Attilio Radice – My love for colors and art since the beginning of my school and college.
Dave Nevue – Who are some of your favorite artists?
Attilio Radice – William Congdon and all impressionists.
Dave Nevue – Could you tell me about your artistic style and how it evolved?
Attilio Radice – Enthusiastic artist, Attilio’s style developed by a continuous evolution. At the very first it had origin from academic figuration, especially inspired by the Lombard naturalism of the late XIX century. Over the years the easy touch of his brush –conceived as a spot of colour- had progressively withdrawn while the palette knife expanded shape and the colour- the true matter of his search- had got out of the way of nature to acquire force, thickness, and intensity.
In the last period his painting is fluctuating between emotion and reason, informal and abstract: two primary characteristics of man, pursuing each other in Attilio’s style where they dissolve into a pictorial magma chromatically exalted by bright colours.
You can read more at my profile on my website Attilio Radice Fine Art.
Dave Nevue – What are your favorite colors to work with?
Attilio Radice – Dioxazine purple and orange, orange-red and phtalo blue.
Dave Nevue – What message would you like to get across with your art?
Attilio Radice – Be consistent and do what you love more, always.
Dave Nevue – What are your favorite tools to work with?
Attilio Radice – Now I use always the palette knife just to enforce materic strokes.
Dave Nevue – Do you sell your art online?
Attilio Radice – Yes.
Dave Nevue – How long have you been selling your art online?
Attilio Radice – Three, four years.
Dave Nevue – Where can people find your work?
Atillio Radice – At my website Attilio Radice Fine Art (It’s a Faso website)
Dave Nevue – Where can people follow you on social media?
Attilio Radice – Facebook (not very often) and Pinterest.
Attilio welcomes you to visit him at:
- Attilio Radice Fine Art
- About Attilio Radice
- Contact Attilio
- Attilio’s Online Art Gallery
- Follow Attilio’s Blog
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