Description: MIXED MEDIA BIANCA BEGHIN " IMPETO " size L 80 x H 80 cm.
Mixed Media on canvas - Title " Impeto " by Bianca Beghin .
Year 2020 - Size L 80 x H 80 cm.
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Translated " mixed-media art " is mixed material art (or in Italy called "miscellanea").
It is a very modern and popular form of art that originates from the fundamental visual arts which are: painting, drawing and sculpture. Mixed media is a work of art in which more than one medium or material has been employed.
Assemblies and collages are two common examples of art using different media. They will make use of different materials including: fabric, paper, wood, and found objects.
Bianca Beghin Autodidact painter, Bianca Beghin was born in the
province of Padua, followed her humanities studies graduating in Literature,
never abandoning her predisposition to art in general, in particular to
At the age of 17 he presented two works in watercolor
and ink in a group exhibition at the Antonianum in Padua, the first of a long
Throughout his life she undertakes to attend courses
to improve his technique until he meets Andreas Kramer, a famous German
painter, with whom she studied for 10 years: color and light, the poetry of forms, realism
and abstractions, temptationsand shades of color, sensuality and
Her art is contaminated by the cultural and
environmental circumstances of the time, so much so that she finds in the tree
the natural symbol that reflects her soul and femininity.
Her trees speak
like a writer's pen, they tell and vibrate with many emotions, even those that
are felt in observing how much Mother Nature is in danger, while she loves and
protects her by raising her magnificence on the canvas.
Her creations have a chromatic charge aimed at the
constant search for emotional solicitations, whoever observes one of his
paintings feels the need to stop and feel the vibrations grow inside that
undoubtedly come out of the most intimate state of consciousness.
The artist Bianca Beghin manages to capture her
emotional moment that turns into color and the feelings explored are amazement,
regret, liberation, elevation, beauty. Everything brings us back to the
femininity that Bianca sees in nature, a sensitive and delicate, courageous and
The artist Bianca Beghin always obtains the favor of
critics in all of her solo exhibitions, a pleasure that she herself declares to
always come after the most important, that of being able to paint.
"I create artworks in which the boundaries of
things seem to escape more and more and where Art becomes a free and mysterious
2020Tempesta Cromatica – Banca Mediolanum – Arzignano VI
La Rinascita – Fondazione Mazzoleni – Alzano
BAF Bergamo Arte Fiera
Affordable Art Fair Milano- Galleria Expart
Sequenze – Loggia di Noale TV
2019Arte Investimenti– Milano – Italy
Fiera D’arteForlì Italy
Paviart – Italy
Arte Padova – Galleria Ess&rre – Padova
Passato Presente Futuro – Rhetie Gallery
Uno Sguardo Oltre Il Visibile – Galleria
Città di Padova
Armonia Degli Opposti – Portopiccolo Sistiana-
Blu – Galerie der SozialKasse des Baugewerbs
Entazioni Di Colore – Summer Akademie –
Bohlen- Thuringer – Germany
Metamorfosi – Galleria Ess&Rre – Roma
L’astratto Che Emoziona – Galleria Artime –
Resilienza – Loggia Della Gran Guardia –
2018Sequenzen Malarei aus Italien – Galerie der SozialKasse des Baugewerbs –
IL PIACERE – Spazio Biosfera
Iperrealismo E Realismo Magico –
Palazzo Zenobio – Venezia
R8 Rassegna Di Arte Contemporanea – Casa dei
Carraresi TV Italy
La Natura Che Canta Con L’anima – Castello
del Catajo- Battaglia Terme PD Italy
I Luoghi Del Cuore – Artemisia Gallery –
2017Arte Padova Italy
Banca Fideuram Padova – Italy
2016Quarantennale d’Arte Città di Padova-
Galleria Cavour - Padova Italy
Collettiva Mistelbach Austria
Quaranta+Quaranta – Senden Germany
Biennale Arte della Saccisica- Centro
Culturale San Gaetano Padova- Italy
2019Premio Combat Prize Nominata
2018Premio Combat Prize Nominata
2017Lo Sguardo – Concorso Internazionale Arte
Contemporanea MAG Padova
“When someone asks me who I am, I spontaneously say:“
the color of my artworks ”, if you've seen my paintings you will understand
what I'm talking about.
The nuances that have colored my life, the thirst for
knowledge that invaded me as a child, the ability to react with lively nuances
to sorrows, tell of the empathy and courage with which I face everyday life.
The subjects I paint on the canvas speak of my feeling
that I gently lay on the silence of the fragility of time and that I cross to
climb to the top in search of peace and tranquility. As a writer I tell the
joys, the changes, the sufferings and the victories of life, but instead of the
pen I use colors.
At the beginning of my experience I painted for
pleasure, the sun mixing colors and smudging canvases filled me with joy, what
I ignored as a girl was how this passion would turn into an adult lifeblood. In
searching for my soul, I felt the need to pay homage to nature by choosing a
symbol: the tree.
A haughty and changing expression of the passage of
time, for me it is the representation of femininity, a sensitive and delicate,
courageous and magnetic mother. The tree changes with the succession of the
seasons, exactly as we change along the course of life. If you look at it, it
has no filters as it does not have a soul and all the emotions that come from
there I transform them into colors which I then share on the canvas.
If in the soul I recognize the truest part of the
human being where the cornerstones of life lie, the tree is the essence of
nature, it’s necessary nucleus without which there would be no life.If the metaphor works, the question I often
ask myself would have a double meaning: "Are we paying you respect?"
The Vaia storm that destroyed the alpine forests of
Veneto, Trentino and Friuli on 29 October 2018 is one answer. 14 million fallen
trees, mainly spruce, on an area of over 40,000 hectares. This is what leaves
the fury of a disrespected nature that rebels, this is how the emotions I feel
emerge strong and force me to observe, to understand, to reflect. My cry are
the colors with which I pay homage to its magnificence as well as the urgency
to defend it.
I don't own my art, I get rid of it as soon as the
painting is finished and with a loving gesture I hand it over to you who enrich
it with your experience, your feeling, your being. I really like talking about
vibration when I get to work, it is a feeling that many colleagues understand
because they have experienced it. For me it is a symphony, only colors and
tones vibrate instead of notes and the painting produces multisensory
perceptions by touching deep chords and instinctive stimuli that belong to me.
Take for example the emotions of the woman, another
subject that I love to interpret and that I propose as delicate as a petal,
intriguing and mysterious as the nuances that intertwine, spiritual and
inviting, romantic and strong.
The colors I choose to represent the feminine essence
are none other than the psychic temperature of my being, the deep sensation of
my soul. Without presumption, I believe it can be shared by all women because
by observing a painting, so they tell me, they recognize their language, a
trace, an emotion, which certainly belongs to an intimacy that I do not have
the privilege of knowing. This is the pictorial journey I have made in all
these years, if anything, a handful of words may be enough to explain it. I
tried to tell you a little about myself, about what I feel and feel while I
I hope I managed to get you into my world, even if it
is enough to pause a few more moments on my artworks to understand my true