Sandro Bisonni
11 Jul 13 by Sandro Bisonni
Sandro Bisonni artworks

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Nurseliya, Pomeriggio, Pesaro

“THE ILLUSIVE LURE” by Milton Fletcher Broadway Gallery , SoHo, New York. NY ARTS MAGAZINE INTERNATIONAL September/October 2008 Volume 13, No. 9/10 (Excerpt) Sandro Bisonni’s drawings and paintings investigate the allure of using different techniques in the same piece. These works, some figurative (Mediterraneo), others abstract (Le Conchiglie, Pioggia, Riccione) have limited color schemes and very loose lines, and at first glance they seem more like studies than completed pieces. But Bisonni is actually exhibiting a self-imposed and determined form of primitivism. Bisonni has turned his trained technique in on itself, reducing his compositions down to their most basic elements.

Freedom
Freedom
Freedom

The Italian artist Sandro Bisonni invites us into a dramatic, natural, magical world with his intense, fiery brushstrokes. Embracing the elements of the fantastical, his work can be dark, reminiscent of a fairy-tale forest. Though whimsical, there's nothing childlike about these abstract oil paintings. Bisonni gives the viewer the sense of stepping into a dream, of paths untraveled, ends unknown. Waves of greens and grays and the light that penetrates them are almost clues, imaginary patterns to follow, that may lead only to more questions. At one moment his paintings may conjure a skyline, or a road, or a breaking wave, but at another glance they represent an entirely different, new idea. AGORA GALLERY Chelsea – New York.

Moon
Moon
Moon

This Artwork has been exposed in 2012 - "MICRO macro INSIDE/Outside", Istituto Italiano della Cultura di BERLINO.

Girls of Picasso
Girls of Picasso
Girls of Picasso

"'SANDRO BISONNI of Appignano (MC), Italy has qualities of Edvard Munch in terms of the stretched elongation of imagery, however in the oil painting “Girls of Picasso” the freshly spontaneous brushwork is more active perhaps due to the subject matter."' Laurence Bradshaw, Professor of Art at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, U. S. A.

First Light
First Light
First Light

SANDRO BISONNI is an italian painter with lots of Humor and music in him. He is direct, open and yet a mystery. It took me a while to recognize his painting made for the project titled DEPARTURE. I had to look from afar to receive his offering and now that I have , it will always be a friendly reminder for me to move on...........With his "First Light" he is already created anew............... Tchera Niyego - WARD NASSE GALLERY SoHo – New York - 2011

Le Conchiglie Pioggia Riccione
Le Conchiglie Pioggia Riccione
Le Conchiglie Pioggia Riccione

This Artwork has been exposed in: 2008 - "LURE" Exhibition Group, curated by Basak Malone, Broadway Gallery, NEW YORK.