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Hello, my dear friend, nice to meet you, very much like your great works , I wish you and your family a Happy New Year! Health! Michael Greetings
Grazie a tutti!
Ho il piacere di mostrarvi i filmati originali, relativi due ore di programmi sky, dedicati alla mia arte.
francesco, muy buena obra muy laboriosa e imaginativa.
congratulation! you have attractive works
nice work !!
Great strong, vibrant art!
Oh, I really like these. You paint fish so beautifully. I used to go ice fishing in Northern Michigan. But these are kind of Art Deco/space age. When you are in a shanty the ice glows beneath you while the rest of the space is dark. You can see the fish swim by.
Hola Francesco, grazie tanto per la amicizia !!!! Saluti del Mare Baltico, José
“How do you paint Mr Venier?”
This is one of the questions people often ask me.
All I use to paint is English synthetic enamels, 80 different colours ready to use (some shiny, some dull) which I mix to create other new colours while I paint. My enamels can be used on the canvas as they come in little jars or they can be painted and then dried by means of a source of heat. I paint on canvas glued onto a 5 millimetre thick wooden plank. The biggest size of these canvases is 40 centimetre high and 50 centimetre long. I use more canvases one next to the other for bigger paintings. Very thin brushes are essential for my freehand drawing . Given the different reactions of enamels once they have been painted (some stay well inside the lines, others need a second coat as they consist of more liquid, etc.), I have to, and I choose to, paint on a horizontal desk. I also use a strong, direct source of lighting. In fact, artificial light is the main source of light for my work. I always stand when I am painting. My painting is slow. It takes a lot of time, patience, and daily training of my hand (at least 5 or 6 hours a day). For me to paint one of my 40 x 50 centimetre canvases, it takes approximately 120 up to 150 hours of hard work for planning, drawing and painting. This possibly explains why I feel so attached to my paintings, and why it is so sad for me to be separated from them!
Your world is beautiful! Great work!
Thank you very much!
I'm very happy for yours opinions about my works.
I'm sorry for my english!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Your works are very beautiful, very inspiring. I want to learn from your style. Let me visit your website and see more of your works.
Ciao Francesco !! Il vostro lavoro è molto impressionante !! Vi auguro successo e buone.(Mi dispiace, ho dimenticato di lingua italiana).
benvenuto Francesco, mi piace il tuo tratto. Ciao a presto
Francesco benvenuto su Artbreak, Complimenti per le tue opere,mi pice il tuo stile,molto ordinato e preciso,accostamento cromatico mraviglioso.
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