Hermes

HERMES
2017, Olio su tela 150x150cm

N 102 DO YOU WANT

N 102 DO YOU WANT
Olio su tela, 150x150cm

N 103 I DON'T KNOW

N 103 I DON'T KNOW
Olio su tela, 150x150cm

N 108 ANEMOS

N 108 ANEMOS
Olio su tela, 125x256cm

N 116 EUTERPE

N 116 EUTERPE
Olio su tela, 100x100cm

N 117 DAFNE

N 117 DAFNE
Olio su tela, 300x300cm

N 125 MAGMA

N 125 MAGMA
Olio su tela, 150x150cm

N 126 MAGMA II

N 126 MAGMA II
Olio su tela, 130x265cm

N 130 MAGMA VI Guardami

N 130 MAGMA VI GUARDAMI
Olio su tela, 175x175cm

N 140 MAGMA XV ALTROVE

N 140 MAGMA XV ALTROVE
Olio su tela, 150x150cm

N 142 MAGMA XVIII Respiro

N 142 MAGMA XVIII RESPIRO
Olio su tela, 150x150cm

N 143 MAGMA XIX Leda

N 143 MAGMA XIX LEDA
Olio su tela, 75x75cm

N 144 MAGMA Frammenti

N 144 MAGMA FRAMMENTI
Olio su tela, 150x150cm

N 150 MAGMA FLORA3

N 150 MAGMA FLORA3
Olio su tela, 100x100cm

N 155 baciami stupido Sandra

N 155 BACIAMI STUPIDO SANDRA
Olio su tela, 150x150cm

N 156 Hermes

N 156 HERMES
Olio su tela, 150x150cm

N 161 Gemendo siamo venuti al mondo

N 161 GEMENDO SIAMO VENUTI AL MONDO
Olio su tela, 150x150cm

Narciso

NARCISO
Olio su tela, 175x175cm

CORVINO

Valeria Corvino

Valeria Corvino born in Naples (1953) and it is formed through the study of the stunning artistic wealth of her city. The Roman sculpture, the Baroque capricious, the everyday life with the fragments of the antiquity, the architectural palimpsestof her territory are the first "teachers", together with a passion all Mediterranean for the secrets of the anatomy and the beauty of the human body. After the studies in the academy of Belle Arti, she develops the difficulty of the composition working on the photo, and therefore on the cuts, the zoomed image, the game of the lights and the shades. By combining the pictorial formation, the passion for the sculptural volumes, the secrets of the photographic shots, reach to improve her innate propensity toward the equilibrium and the harmony. She elaborates her own style and recognizable stylistic alphabet that it always shows her faithful to some rigorous formal and aesthetical principles. Her jobs, built on a wise use of light and color and on the harmonious alternation between lines and volumes, they appear united by the constant search of a canon of "grace" and of an equilibrium ancient. Through an action of reconciliation between the stilemis of the historical inheritance and the allusions of the modern aesthetics, the artist operates a personal praise to the Proportion and the harmony.