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how paintings Sacred Glass grisailles italian style by Vincenzo Greco

My unique and personal form of art has finally found its ideal showcase at the Palazzo dei Piombi in Venice. This personal exhibition, which took place as a collateral event to the Venice Biennale, gave me and my work the visibility we deserved.

My artistic career started from a young age, when I attended a sculpture workshop and then a classical painting workshop. There, I had the opportunity to meet an Italian-Argentinian muralist painter master, a direct student of Álvaro Siqueiros, who influenced my artistic growth in an indelible way. Despite his strong charisma, I had the strength and determination not to be overly influenced and instead created my own unique and personal form of poetry.

Later, I decided to attend Venice and its workshops, where I learned the glass technique. This experience allowed me to mix different techniques and traditions, giving rise to a new form of art. The city itself, with its thousand workshops, influenced my new poetry like a lighthouse that illuminated my mind with new ideas and inspirations.

The personal exhibition at the Palazzo dei Piombi was a dream come true, an ideal showcase to show the world my new form of art. There, I was able to exhibit works that are the result of my passion and dedication, works that embody years of study and artistic growth.

In conclusion, this personal exhibition at the Palazzo dei Piombi was a crucial moment in my artistic career, a step forward towards recognition of my work and towards a brighter future. I hope this experience is just the beginning of a long journey towards the realization of my artistic dreams.

I produce artistic glass, glass fusion and lead for exteriors and interiors. I am an artist for every need. Quality and competence at your service, call now at 3477043345. The kiss by Klimt is an oil painting on canvas with the addition of gold leaf, silver and platinum. The six fundamental steps in the production of colored glass: Creation of the cartoon. 1. Preparatory cartoon. An artist initially makes a sketch of the overall composition of a window. Then full-size designs are made for the entire window or for different sections (panels) of the window. These full-size designs are called preparatory cartoons. In general, the shape of the individual pieces of glass, the details to be painted and the colors of the glass are indicated on the cartoon. In the high Middle Ages these were drawn on wooden boards. 2. Cutting. Cut the glass into rough shapes with the dividing iron. 3. Painting. After the pieces of glass have been cut and modeled, they are painted with a pigment formed by mixing iron oxide and ground copper with glass powder. 4. Painting with grisaille. Today we use medium, but wine, vinegar or alcohol can be added to help apply the pigment to the glass. This technique was used to create a range of shades of a single color. 5. Assembly. The pieces of glass are assembled in the frame with the help of lead came and soldered at the points of contact. 6. Patination. After assembly, the surface of the lead is treated with chemicals to give it a dark patina that emphasizes the design of the glass.









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