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Sandro BisonniBiography: Press Release: The Italian artist Sandro Bisonni invites us into a dramatic, natural, magical world with his intense, fiery brushstrokes. Embracing the elements of the fantastical, his work can be dark, reminiscent of a fairy-tale forest. Though whimsical, there's nothing childlike about these abstract oil paintings. Bisonni gives the viewer the sense of stepping into a dream, of paths untraveled, ends unknown. Waves of greens and grays and the light that penetrates them are almost clues, imaginary patterns to follow, that may lead only to more questions. At one moment his paintings may conjure a skyline, or a road, or a breaking wave, but at another glance they represent an entirely different, new idea. Bisonni is background in philosophy informs these subtle concepts. Influenced primarily by the American painter William Congdon, Sandro Bisonni's own voice is vibrant and moving. He offers us a surprising approach, encompassing in his paintings both the real and imagined. Bisonni does not allow us to hesitate - we must delve into the world he creates, unknown but possible. AGORA GALLERY Chelsea New York City Country: ITALY Birthyear: 23/03/1070 Galleries: Angela Di Bello AGORA GALLERY 530 West 25th St. NEW YORK, NY 10001 Tel. 212-226-4151 Fax 212-966-4380 Email: info@agora-gallery.com Paola Neri GALLERIA D'ARTE CONTEMPORANEA MENTANA Piazza Mentana, 2 - 3 - 4r. 50122 - FIRENZE tel./fax +39 (0)55 211985 Email: galleriamentana@galleriamentana.it Awards: Special Recognition Merit Award for artwork Viale Dante Riccione in the: "12th Annual All Media Juried Online International Art Exhibition" hosted by Upstream People Gallery, Omaha, NE, U.S.A. "'SANDRO BISONNI of Appignano (MC), Italy has qualities of Edvard Munch in terms of the stretched elongation of imagery, however in the oil painting Viale Dante Riccione the freshly spontaneous brushwork is more active perhaps due to the subject matter."' Laurence Bradshaw, Professor of Art at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, U. S. A. Media: oil Style: expressionistic Subjects: interiors
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