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The work Minerva cm 100x100 is part of the successful pictorial cycle of pagan goddesses, icons of strength, femininity and mystery. His is a contemporary figurative art that breaks out of the classic schemes using technique and contents created in an original way. In fact, her experimented and patented technique is composed of resin mixed with pure pigments and hot-cast to make her faces full of shine and three-dimensionality. The work is then completed with the intervention of dripping art to fill in the contours and empty spaces. His works are unique pieces.
Marlene Compostella 's contemporary artworks represent female faces of great charm and mystery. His is an extemporaneous figurative art in terms of technique and contents. In fact, her works are performed with a particular technique that she experimented with and then patented: After a light graphic stroke, the face takes shape by pouring the hot resin mixed with the pigments. The final effect is very scenographic in terms of brightness and thickness. The addition of the dripping painting makes the painting truly unique.
Marlene Compostella was born in Bassano del Grappa in 1975.
Thanks to her studies in the field of painting and restoration, she experimented with the fusion of pure pigments with self-leveling resin and understood all the possibilities and chromatic advantages that these two materials could offer her. Through soft masses of colors spread with elegance and precision, it is able to involve the viewer in an almost three-dimensional and nostalgic dimension.
His painting moves between figurative and abstract, with a direct link that links it to dripping.
Despite the passion for portraits, his production also ranges a lot in the context of nature