Since he was a boy he has been animated by a passion for drawing and painting. From 1998 to 2011 he attended the prestigious studio of the artist Lella Burzio in Turin. He forms artistically in this context, where the roots merge with the nineteenth-century aesthetics of Lorenzo Delleani.
During the many years of frequenting the atelier he confronts himself with the more traditional painting techniques such as pastel grain, watercolor pastel, watercolor, acrylic, up to oil.
This experimentation also involved the use of different supports and different supports such as, for example, paper, canvas and wooden panels. In addition to having learned the nineteenth-century technique derived from the Delleani school, his training did not exclude the study of ancient art, the study of authors such as Piero della Francesca, Mantegna, Michelangelo, Caravaggio was fundamental.
The careful investigation of the works of the past as well as suggesting technical solutions has allowed, over time, the learning of all those aesthetic standards and all those essential concepts for an artist. The study of perspective and the golden section, the skilful use of light and color to give body to volumes and emphasize minds.
All this has allowed, over time, to reach a solid artistic maturity and consequently the achievement of appreciable results not only from an aesthetic point of view and in the formal composition, but also of a personal expressive character.
Since 2003 he has participated in countless exhibitions, both personal and collective, in which he has obtained the consensus and the favor of the public both at a regional and national level.
Moretti Carlo Venezia