Le Aly di Lia di Donatella Marraoni

Le Aly di Lia di Donatella Marraoni

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Donatella Marraoni began her magnificent journey into the world of art in ’95, when she attended the Academy of Fine Arts in Perugia, Italy graduating in 1998 with first class honors. In this same year she relocated to England where she lived for 5 years.

She hence began to exhibit in Italy and abroad in prestigious private galleries and public places, immediately receiving important awards and the consensus of specialized critics. In March 2014 she received an award from the Director of the Gallery Selenograd in Russia and began to exhibit and sell her works worldwide.

In her paintings, the woman is the central subject: protagonist in scenes of love, awaiting, passion, pain, abandonment, desire, perversion. Donatella defines her works born out of chaos, confusion and characterized by strong lines, quick, unfinished, scratchy. The artist wants to evoke emotions, narrate situations and tell life stories using different means of communication and extremely varied between them such as oil, ink, pigments, glass, cement and coffee. “Her women” talk about love and men … first of all of her father who enrolled her at the Academy and now, although he is no longer, he fully participates in her creations being her memories fixed on canvas by the use of cement. Her father… a mason… a man… the first whom understood, her first true supporter. To him, the works “letters of coffee” are dedicated where the artist tells of herself and intimately opens to him. Her first exhibition dates back to 1997 and since then until today numerous personal and collective exhibitions have followed in galleries and museums in Italy and abroad.

Representing Galleries:
Galeria Gaudì – Madrid, Spain
Immagini Italart—Cremona, Italy

Important Collaborations:
since 2015: Active collaboration with Saatchi Art
Exhibitions and events:
2016
27 to 30 October 2016: AAF-Affordable Art Fair, Amsterdam, Holland.
6 to 28 August 2016: Group exhibition “La Nobil Ebrezza” —Exhibition Rooms of the Fortezza di Montepulciano, (SI), Italy.
2 to 21 August 2016: Personal exhibition — Ringhiera Umbra, Montefalco (PG) , Italy.
from 15 July to 15 September 2016: Personal exibition —Museo del Merletto, Isola Maggiore, Lago Trasimeno (PG), Italy.
from 9 April to 15 May 2016: Group exhibition – Arte in Moto – Rotary Club Foligno -AFAS – Palazzo Camilli, Nocera Umbra (PG), Italy.
2 to 10 April 2016: Group exhibition – Torre Strozzi “Femminile Plurale” – Perugia (PG), Italy.
from November 2015 to August 2016: Permanent Exhibition – Via delle Terme, 1, Bevagna (PG), Italy.
2015
19 to 24 November 2015: Affordable Art Fair, Hamburg, Germany
from November 2015: Representing Gallery – Galeria Gaudì, Madrid, Spain
from 25 to 28 September 2015: Expo 2015 Festival Art di Spoleto (PG), Art Director – Prof. Sandro Trotti – Spoleto, Italy.
from 25 to 29 August 2015: Collective Violated Identities – Caesar Rivera Hall, Fibbioni Palace, Via San Bernardino – L’Aquila (AQ), Abruzzo, Italy.
from February to September 2015: permanent exhibition – Arbez Art Gallery, Corso Matteotti 96, Bevagna (PG), Umbria, Italy.
August 20, 2015: Extemporaneous Vinarelli 2015 – Torgiano (PG), Umbria, Italy.
from July to September 15, 2015: Mini-personal at the Lace Museum – Isola Maggiore, Lake Trasimeno (PG), Umbria, Italy.
from 8 June to 25 July 2015: Collective – Benevento – at the Public Library.
4 July 2015: charity auction Capanne (PG) in extemporaneous painting.
from June 26 to July 12, 2015: Collective – 17 artists for 17 days – at the Literary Cafe at the Spoleto Festival of the 2 Worlds
from July 3 to August 3, 2015: Staff – At the Museum of Lace – Isola Maggiore, Lake Trasimeno (PG), Italy.
11 to 12 April 2015: Event Violated Identities – at the Council Chamber, Aquino, Latina, Italy.
1-15 April 2015: Group exhibition – Art & Wine – at the Historic Cantine Buttafuoco, Canneto Pavese (PV), Italy.
from March 27, 2015 (Standing): Personale – Main street Bevagna, Bevagna (PG), Italy.




Romance




Gift




Memories




Coffee Art




Erotic




Poppies




Dark Feelings