Meet The Artists
In her studio, which she and her husband have turned into a paradise of sculptures and paintings, one cannot help it being impressed. Two kindred souls inspiring each other.
The first question arising after seeing their work is ‘which museum owns them?’
With her larger pieces, a series of colossal and heavy paintings, illustrating black figures on a black background, Danijela has achieved something fascinating, almost unbelievable: under daylight or with proper lightning, the paintings will throw a bright and vivid shine onto the observer.
A broad variety of smaller-scale paintings testify to Danijela Gracners’ versatility and playful ease for developing new work.
Danijela Gracner is an insider’s tip. She is modest, a little reserved and young. So far, the prices are still low and do not reflect the true worth of her fabulous paintings.
Rubinia’s work seems to be rather simple at first sight. It fascinates through its interesting couloring and complex harmony. However, a very exciting aspect is soon discovered when one is taking a closer look at her paintings, because the viewer is certainly touched.
One enters a room, in which a piece of him was recently placed and will be forced to immediately throw an eye onto the picture. If a room is filled with works by other artists, one must first look at theirs. Observing the piece will make one feel delighted and wanting to enjoy it longer, after which, refreshed, one can go back to his or her work.
The pictures are energetic, and seem to have a mystical quality. And that is just what Rubinias intends and what she will reveal with pleasure to those who ask. As soon as one hangs up a picture, one will believe her words and feel the picture’s magic. That might be the reason why famous people such as Franko Nero buy Rubinias pieces and in her home country Italy she is celebrated like a star in the media.
The art pieces are very reasonable and can definitely be considered as interesting investment.
A block board is plastered with multiple layers of gypsum, silvered or gilded with Gesso Artistico and made visible through a spray pressure process. It is the realization of daguerreotype on today’s modern media. The resulting effect on the pictures is a diversified modulation and plasticity, which enacts with natural light incidence.
Marco Pellanda’ top-notch photographic art is unique in more ways than one. After years of research he has developed, perfected and mastered a personal printing method and technique that give his work a quality impossible to imitate. He is using a special material for the ground, with a metallic, silver or gold base. A particular material is used for the substrate, which will be elaborately treated on a gold or silver basis as a preparation for the extraordinary visualization process of the photo.
His perfectly lit, mostly large scale compositions are based on the Golden Ratio, and cover a wide variety of themes, from landscapes, still lives and portraits to politically engaged work.
Marco Pellanda’s signature feel and and look are easy to recognize in all his work which stands proof not only for a high caliber talent but also for perfect craftsmanship.
For those wanting portraits it is recommended to meet with Marco Pellanda in person.
Marco Pellanda’s work is expensive, but worth every Euro, Dollar or Franc. His prices have been rising in parallel with a very successful career and will continue to do so in the future.
71 objects are owned by international collectors around the globe, coming from cities such as Moscow, Geneva, Zurich, Munich, Hamburg, Birmingham, Alabama or New York.