Ijsberen

Arno Goossens
augustus 31st, 2019

Landende Kerkuil

Arno Goossens
juni 27th, 2017

Landende Kerkuil

2017

 

Hoogte 60 cm, breedte 60 cm

 

Drentse Schapen

Arno Goossens
mei 22nd, 2017

Drentse schapen

2016

Hoogte 25 centimeter, Lengte 40 centimeter

Stierentorso

endure
mei 22nd, 2017

Stierentorso

2014

Hoogte 50 centimeter, omvang 40 centimeter

Haan en Hen

Arno Goossens
mei 22nd, 2017

Haan en Hen

2008

Hoogte 25 cm

Olifant Yula

Arno Goossens
mei 22nd, 2017

Olifant Yula

2004

Hoogte 30 centimeter

Galleria360

Arno Goossens
april 27th, 2017

Sinds de expositie “Colori dell’anima” in november 2016, is een deel van beelden te zien in de Galleria360 te Florence.

Colori dell’anima was a group exhibition that offers the opportunity to appreciate suggestive artworks in which international artists reflect their emotions, perceptions, ideas. Artworks namely, where the artists express their inner world and love for life through vibrant colors and delicate chromatic shades.

“Colori dell’anima” offers a journey in the deepest sense of feeling, trough the emotional itineraries of the inner world of each artist; a journey, where the stages or transition stations are represented in the artworks by the different “emotional tonality”, in which, from time to time, the color combinations are constantly intertwined with the affective lived and the everyday experience. The exhibition makes it possible to admire paintings characterized by thin layers of color combinations of warm color tones or cold; artworks where the chromatic research becomes a crucial moment of existential inquiry and discovery; or artworks where the perceptions of everyday reality are expertly intertwined in warps and wefts of soft and colored threads.

Therefore, they’re artistic creations where the color becomes not only an expressive tool, but also a real emotional language, detector of emotions and personal memories of the artists; namely a powerful and evocative means, capable of breaking the still sensorial quiet by vibrating the soul observer.

For Kandinsky in fact, that in the famous theoretical work “The Spiritual in Art” elaborates a true metaphysical color, it represents “…the fret. The eye is the hammer. The soul is the piano with many strings. The artist is the hand that, by touching one fret or another, shakes the soul. “

Virginia Bazzechi Ganucci Cancellieri