Mixed Techniques on canvas and graphic works

Journeys have several values for each of us, but there's one that's always prominent.
For some of us the main value is experiencing a different way of life, or trying to understand different cultures, or trying new flavours, hearing new sounds, collecting objects.
For me the prominent value has always been the visual experience.
Shapes and colours fascinate me. That's why a journey can sometimes take me very close to home, or extremely far away: I'm a hunter of images.
The digital camera has opened up a wonderful boundless hunting territory to me.


  • Runner cm.50 x 150 Printed in Como (Italy) on Cotton Panama with waterproof finissage.

  • Parigi, museo Jacquemart André .Cortège de nobles. - Paris,Jacquemart André Museum.

  • Iran, da un piatto. Pesciolini in blu. Iran from a dish. Blue little fishes

  • Venezia. Glicine su un vecchio muro. - Venice. Wistaria on an old wall.

  • Venezia. Maschere

  • Zambia, Victoria Falls. Soldatini di legno in un negozio. - Zambia, Victoria Falls.Wooden soldiers in a shop.

  • Corteo di nobili.

  • Silk and Ancient church floor

  • Roma. Cavolo trina

  • Twifelfonteyn. Da incisioni rupestri. Namibia.

  • Arson. Autocombustione.

  • Castel Sant'Angelo.

  • Venice, Biennale 2011. Hommage à J. Boghossian

  • Tramonto allo stadio Flaminio.

  • Papavero blu

  • Roma. Il Ponte Rotto 2

  • Papavero.

  • Ponte sullo Zambesi

  • Murgia - cm. 100 x 75

  • Carovana - cm. 130 x 100

  • Rialto

  • Runner "Coc et poule"

  • Tavoli e sedie diventano spettatori

  • Wangapeka

  • Twifelfonteyn

  • 2 Omaggio a Vivaldi - cm. 100 x 75

  • Cappelli.

  • Angeli e balconi di Ragusa - stampa su carta - cm 72x35

  • Blue seaweeds - cm. 105 x 70

  • Seaweeds and elephants - cm. 130x100

  • Orto botanico di Sydney. Begonia.- Sydney botanic garden. Begonia.

  • Cavolo!

  • Red butterflies - cm. 80x60

  • Murgia - stampa su tela - cm. 100x75

  • Negozio di maschere. Venezia

  • Under the dome. Da una pianta in una serra di Kirstenbosh, Cape Town.