ART Prints, paintinga & drawings

ART Prints, paintinga & drawings

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Maria Rosaria D'Alessio studied Dress Design at Barnfield College of Art & Technology in Luton, Bedfordshire. Debuting in her final year at the London Academy of Art.
She then worked in the rag trade for several years, firdt as Assistant designer at Inega Jeans Ltd. and then Designer designer for sport & leisure wear manufacturers in London.
Now living in Italy where she paints and draws in her studio near Crema.
Inspired by a variety of techniques and media ranging from oil painting, wtaercolours, charcoal, pensil acrylic, mixed media and affresco.
Recently become enthudiatic to paint in the antique “A fresco” technique. This entails the use of only natural pigments painted onto wet (fresco) plaster.
Today murals are often painted onto a dry wall with well adhering acrylic (man-made) paints, a technique which can also be very satisfying, however, the look and feel of an affresco combines colours and shades which are unbeatable, and are as permanent as the plaster itself.
These colours are obtained from nature, from “the earth”: an excursion in the rambling country side can reveal an amazing amount of resources from which natural pigments can be drawn, by mincing different rocks or stones, a plant or bark etc. They are then mixed only with water and applied directly onto the plaster and dry with the plaster, gestures must be quick and precise, there is little room or time for making many corrections, becoming an integral part of the plaster itself, therefore they become as permanent as the plaster.

Maria Rosaria has in recent years has also been coached by professional painter
"Francesco Fontana" master in the “alla prima” technique, in oils, watercolours and acrylics and who has encouraged her to work in the freedom of her own ability and style so as to let the individual artist emerge.... and to whom she is thankful for his dedicated teaching and patience.




Paintings, Drawings, sketches



Hand painted tiles and pottery