Monthly Archives: November 2012

Landscapes

The “Cinque Terre“ This is not exactly a landscape: it is a visionary hybrid, a meditation on the “personality” of a tract of the Ligurian coast that I love so much. The best way to describe the pentagram profile of … Continue reading

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Landscapes

The Nile. I did a painting on a page of an elementary school spelling book that was printed in Cairo in the 1930s. The characters were lithographed. You can still see the ancient ploughs, the immutable and timeless gestures and … Continue reading

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Limits of the writer 3: readers

We have discussed time and space and now we have come to the last limit for every writer: your readers. Who are they? This is not always easy to know, however, we can select them based on the style we … Continue reading

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