Scatts' Fine Art

Scatts' Fine Art

Four pieces of key info you need to know about me: 1. I have already died once; 2. I am a compulsive pepsi zero drinker; 3. I only paint during nights; 4. My painting process occurs under poor light, which basically allows me to be introduced to my art only by the next morning.

As a personal background , the home where I grew up was richer in terms of personality variants than in terms of capital resources. My Dad was the reason, my mom, the emotion.

Due to my graduation and professional choices, the so called "ladder to success" was linked to the ability of behaving in accordance to either the foundations of Politics or to the Cartesian thinking. It had to take it seriously.

These mentioned options meant to override my individual uniqueness to the detriment of satisfying others and delivering expected results.

By the time I reached 40 years-old, I realized I was not even able to draw an ear. How could a regular human being could not make it? Consequently, started self-paced online art courses in order to learn how to draw on graphite and paint with acrylics. This was the first time I lived art.

With this simple but fruitful step, it was possible to rescue what makes me human, sweet and alive: creativity and imagination. Since then, two years ago, I have been using my dawns to draw and paint.

Create an artwork it is like giving birth to a brand new universe, with specific features: the artist will never reveal all the reasons and feelings that led him/her to each brush stroke, whereas the viewer will never grant feedback to the artist regarding the viewer's own derivations, drifts, brought to light from the artwork appraisal.

If on one hand it is a double-blind experience, on the other one, it is an enriching process. This exposition allows to souls to nurture a closer connection, to evoke criticism, to provoke, and lastly, to flourish perspectives around nearlyu everything that surrounds us.

Nobody goes "unpunished" upon interacting with an artwork.

Art is essentially a free space, where all sort of ideas can find harbor and be welcome.




Non-objective art