Art Gallery Roma: Oil paintings near Piazza Navona
Art Gallery Roma presents the latest original oil paintings collection from Italian artists Elena Sagresti and Siria. In one of the most beautiful streets of Rome, precisely in Via dei Coronari 7 near Piazza Navona, come enjoy this oil paintings collections till the end of October 2019. Art Gallery Roma provides a collection of original oil paintings.
The mixed media technique and Impressionist style is contrasted by the newest Pop Art artist Siria, with a research work on portraits and the technique of bright and very dynamic colors, the oil painting white knife technique given by the artist gives a very feminine reflection on portraits.
While you may know that Elena Sagresti is the founder and artistic director of Art Gallery Roma, you may not know that artist and designer Elena Sagresti is actually a 360-degree artist.
She started her career as a product developer for silver jewellery at the beginning of the 90s, continued as bag designer for Guess and accessories for Astucci LTD in NY. She was a comedian by night, she did stand up in English and became a finalist of “Women of Laughter” in NYC in 2012. After graduating with an honours degree at the Hong Kong IAFT (International Academy Film Television) in 2014, she also became a film maker. Her thesis film “the Ventilator” was selected in 3 festivals in 2015, you can even check out the trailer on YouTube.
While Claudia Sistina, born in Puglia, took the pseudonym Siria after studying at the Savannah College of Art and Design in the United States. In her career, she has developed a stunning technique in palette knifing that includes mixing color and texture to construct a portrait. She had returned back to Italy, where she works in particular with faces, offering her services to customize pieces for clients. The concept let her to create for different interior designers, and offices. She is now creating a new working place on a project in Dubai.
March 1 – October 20
Art Gallery Roma
Monday – Saturday 11am – 7.30pm, Sunday 12pm – 7pm
Via dei Coronari, 7 (Navona)