Encouragement of art in buckinghamshire
Date:March 06, 2023


As an artist, I believe that each painter has their own unique light, and the quality and substance of that light is different in every individual. The coincidence of poetics does not necessarily involve coincidence of style or poetry. This is precisely what makes the exhibition of different artists so fascinating and truthful: the joining of a common idea or philosophy of painting, even among those with vastly different styles.

My name is Wolfango, and my passion for visual expression has been shaped by my diverse background in both fine art and architecture. In the 1980s, I was trained by the secretive artist “Giugi” Testa, who taught me to approach art with a sense of experimentation and intuition. After honing my skills working in the studio of Daniele Fissore, I developed my own style of painting in the mid-1990s, heavily influenced by expressionism.

In my works, I strive to capture the dynamic energy of everyday life in my brushstrokes and gestural mark-making, choosing bold and dynamic colors that are focused more on emotive impact than strict realism. As my career has progressed, I have refined my approach to painting, paying more attention to traditional techniques and adapting my palette to create a sense of depth and realism.

Despite this evolution in my style, my brushstrokes remain energetic and confident, imbuing my paintings with a sense of movement and vitality. Throughout my career, I’ve had the opportunity to exhibit my works in many exhibitions, and I continue to evolve as an artist, constantly pushing my boundaries and experimenting with new techniques.

Ultimately, my art is a reflection of my experiences and emotions, and I hope to connect with others and inspire them to see the world in a new light.

Learn more about Wolfango at: wolfango.com/about

My artworks are for sale at: wolfango.com/artwork

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