painters' work, open and sensitive to pictural art as well as to poetry
and music, recover the identity of an uncertain and mysterious past.
Extremely delicate images and antic frescos bleached by the centuries,
they are enriched by plaster reliefs. The main characters of many stories
create suggestive oniric scenes as well as the harmonic colour's effects.
Sensations, thoughts, fears, instants of infinite find expression in
a continuous tur-moil of geometric or winding signs and then they emerge
freely from the indefinite to touch that surface that gives them back
their old identity. The refined filigrees composing the pictures induce
to a continuous and meticulous research in the forms and figures half
hidden in the same picture and awake our surprise every time we discover
a new outline, form or creature. Slowly we find the par-ticular out,
little by little, as in a sort of magnetic magic.
As in an archaeological excavation the ancient myths, the epic achievements
but also the common and anonymous lives emerge slowly, without their
protagonists. In a world where art is more easily shouted, the bright
dreams and the whispered creations of these two soul's archaeologists
let us immerse and sound in the mysterious depth of men and things."