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Maurizio Battifora Solo Exhibit At Art Serve Makes Its Point With Modern Interpretations

Maurizio Battifora is showing his pointillist original artworks at a SOLO Exhibit at Art Serve through the month of August.  The public is invited to a Gallery Reception on Friday, August 19th.  The Rickie Report shares the details and some sneak peeks.  Maurizio’s artistry brings modern themes to this art form, which we know you will enjoy.

 

 

 

ART  SERVE

1350  East  Sunrise  Blvd.   Ft. Lauderdale, FL 

www.ArtServe.org

 

 

PRESENTS  A  SOLO  EXHIBIT:

 

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GALLERY  RECEPTION:

 

Friday,  August  19th

6 – 8 pm

Gallery Hours: M – F 9 am – 8pm; Sat. 10 am – 6 pm

 

 

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“Ladylike/Wolf”  by Maurizio Battifora

 

 

 

 

 

Art Serve welcomes the public to a SOLO Exhibition by “The Pointillist”, Maurizio Battifora which runs now through August 31st.  There will be a Free, Gallery Reception held on Friday, August 19 from 6 – 8 pm. The Gallery is located at 1350 East Sunrise Blvd. in Fort Lauderdale, FL.  For questions about this event, please contact http://www.artserve.org.

 

 

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“An Afternoon With Bacco” by Maurizio Battifora

 

 

Maurizio shares with The Rickie Report, “Although I was painting anything and everything I could as a child, I always thought I wanted to become a theater director or choreographer when I grew up. My parents encouraged my talent for painting and drawing so I became an illustrator for children’s books while attending art school. Like many other artists before me, I was encouraged by my art teachers to observe and imitate the masters that I admired”.

 

 

 

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“Venus And The Men In Blue” by Maurizio Battifora

 

 

He goes on to say, “My inspiration still comes from Baroque and Renaissance painters. I was fascinated by the exaggerated motion, drama and tension of the paintings. It wasn’t until 2007 that I began searching for my own identity as an artist, and I evolved into a pointillist painter. Over 80% of my work is a result of empirical and intuitive development. My main body of work includes large dots of acrylic on canvas with a high contrast pointillist technique, not to be confused with Seurat’s pointillism. My technique is more graphic and bold”.

 

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“Dare” by Maurizio Battifora

 

 

 

“I developed a pointillist style based on 5 main colors that I mix and juxtapose. I am a nomadic person and artist. I work on a small series and then move to the next idea as easily as I go back to an old one. It may take me more than 40 hours to finish a 36″ x48″ canvas. I want to communicate directly with the viewer as if they are part of the painting and not a simple spectator”, Maurizio shares.  Rather than making statements, Maurizio listens to the opinion and appreciates those who contemplate his work. “To me, that’s when Art closes the circle. My idea touches someone else’s soul and then comes back to me with their own interpretation”.

 

 

For more information

And see more of Maurizio’s paintings

( both figurative and fauna)

please visit:

http://www.mbattifora.com

 

 

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Rickie@therickiereport.com

561-537-0291

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