Montecastello di Vibio, 1952

The training of the Perugian artist is inspired by the great masters, from Kandinskij to Klee, from de Chirico to Miró, Dalí and Magritte. He approached Zen philosophy and Taoism at a young age and, starting from the second half of the seventies, he joined the New Roman School of the former Pastificio Cerere. His artistic research starts from conceptual art and then moves on to pictorial abstraction, up to a spiritual symbolism.

Artist's Artworks