Elvio Chiricozzi

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ITALY, 1965

The artist realizes with pencils on canvas or wood reproducing in an obsessive and realistic way flocks, clouds or lightning.
The technique is so meticulous as to require a long time and a laborious processing for each individual work.
He never gives in to the artifices of a Baroque or decorative style but rather tends toward an increasing coherence, without any type of caesura, moving through the use of a variety of techniques and materials. Each sky, each cloud, whether placed on a wall or on the floor, blocks in time a single, unrepeatable atmospheric instant in our sky. For the artist, clouds are both a manifestation of Nature and acts of thought. They are the artistic form of mental aspiration, daydreams triggered by life.