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Oriens, Equilibrato Disagio

Oriens - Equilibrato Disagio. Pittura. Cromatismi del mondo femminile

Le tele di Oriens raccontano con dolcezza e fantasia gli infiniti cromatismi del mondo femminile.

“Vita colore e forma, gioia e perplessità, mistero e tenerezza, grazie per questa espressione così dolce e rotonda della ricerca al femminile”.
“Il sottile enigma di un mondo ai confini tra il surreale ed i profumi d’oriente.”
“Dedita per la gioia del colore, per la serenità di uno sguardo o la sua tristezza, libertà e vincolo della forma.”

Orietta Biggi, nasce a Genova nel 1962.
Intraprende studi classici, ma ama l’arte da sempre e inizia a dedicarsi alla pittura dipingendo su supporti cartacei e successivamente su tele con pitture ad olio e acriliche.

Orietta Biggi, in arte Oriens, espone la prima volta nel 1990 a Genova nel caffé galleria “Le Corbusier”.
Successivamente, nel 1995, entra tra i primi classificati per il premio “Bogliasco in Arte” esposizione en plain air.

Nel 1998 espone alle cisterne di Santa Maria di Castello a Genova.
Nel 1999 espone al centro civico “Remigio Zena”.
Nel 2001 entra in contatto con il centro della promozione delle arti “Satura” ed espone per due volte nelle collettive annuali 2001/2002.

Website: www.oriettabiggi.com

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Copyright: Thomas Krueger
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 8000x4000
Taken: 09/10/2007
Uploaded: 04/09/2008
Updated: 28/02/2015


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