Safe Place Painting by SIMONA ZECCA - Jose Art Gallery
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Characteristics of the Painting “Safe Place”

Year of creation2022
Dimensions80 W × 120 H × 4 D   cm
Type of artpainting
Stylefigurative
Genreportrait
Materialsoil, canvas
Type of packagingwooden box
Keywords
beautybeautifulmusicsunsethomeroomsittingsitting portraitsitting womansitting girlmusicianwoman musicianguitarguitaristsexygibson guitargoldtopgoldgolden guitargold leafurbangraffiti

Description of the Artwork “Safe Place”

Safe Place is an oil on canvas with gold leaf and acrylic paste, cm 80x120. The Gibson Les Paul Gold Top guitar is made of painted gold leaf. The girl's arms are a safe place to it as music is to her. The graffiti wall is textured with acrylic paste painted with oil colours. Signed on its back with certificate of authenticity, ready to hang.

Safe Place

SIMONA ZECCAItaly
Original artwork, 80×120 cm, 2022
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About the artist

Born in Milan, Simona Zecca is a self-taught artist who has always loved drawing and art since childhood and has always continued to cultivate her passion for art even during her studies and in the period in which she worked. in marketing. She loves studying new and various techniques and over the years she deepened the use of graphite, colored pencils, watercolor, acrylic, airbrush and oil, which is currently his favorite technique. In 2015 she decided to follow the ever-present call of art to which she began to devote herself full time from 2016, initially customizing mainly helmets and motorcycle parts with airbrush and at the same time expressing herself through his paintings on canvas. In 2019 she began to exhibit her artworks, immediately receiving an excellent response from the public and critics and obtaining various awards. Initially hyper-realistic, she is now expressesing herself through a modern realism and prefers female portraits. She has always been particularly focused on the expressiveness of the gaze.

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