We are pleased to present painter Denis Stracquadanio :
Although Denis Stracquadanio grew up in a family based on work and rigour, nothing destined him to become a painter, since he also managed projects including their financial management in technological environments.
The rationality of his profession has not dulled his acute sense of pictorial interpretations of the great Masters. It was during a trip to New York and a visit to its many museums that Denis Stracquadanio decided to make room for his creation and his passion for painting. It is since 2018 that the Artist exhibits his talent. He joined Art Trope Gallery in 2022.
Denis Stracquadanio’s works are part of Private Collections in France and Germany.
Denis Stracquadanio’s pictorial research is based on the colors and emotions that this Modern Couple can evoke.
His abstract works integrate a poetic combination of materials, colors and movements which are singular in their compositions. His inspirations come from Gerhard Richter, Yves Klein, Fabienne Verdier or Gustave Klimt.
Each of his series underlines an aspect of the difficulty of bringing expression and emotion to life in an artistic balance.
The series “Fires of Colors” by Denis Stracquadanio
The illumination of a life is like an explosion, a blaze in which every creation is based on the intensity of the colors.
The series “Dark Side” by Denis Stracquadanio
We all have a dark side within us. The intensity of the black that Indian ink provides, through its ability to catch the light to make luminous and intense creations, underlines the dark side that we all have but whose light can sometimes emerge and transform us.
The series “The Colors of Soul” by Denis Stracquadanio
This series was born from the death of my father. The upheaval and sadness of his departure, of a living love, is transcribed by a collage work revealing a part of his life. This series is a tribute to my father and to the love I have for him at every moment of my life.
To learn more about Denis Stracquadanio, you can visit his virtual exhibition and his social media: