Stefano Berardino, 28 years old, is son of art, is a young artist and gallery owner from Orta Lake, in the province of Novara, specialized in the art of motors, Motoring Art.
He is guided by his master in learning the different painting techniques until he finds his own artistic vein that distinguishes his works.
At the age of 19, driven by his passion for art and engines, especially for the great Italian brands that made history, he creates a combination in his collection that he called "ThatsMotoringArt" by opening the doors of his first Atelier in the historic center of Orta San Giulio, main town on the homonymous lake.
Stefano therefore uses the technique of sand applied with a spatula to create a material effect on the rough canvas, carved and punched on the frame.
The end result is a spatula with a high rustic effect that contrasts the underlying elements, however, emphasizing the strong colors with a retro soul chosen for a reference to the past.
The pop contrasts between red and light blue are demarcating, favorite colors also highlighted in the logo of his collection.
He has taken part in several international exhibitions including the CAC Mijas Museum Picasso in Spain and participated in several national competitions of contemporary art confronting himself with multi-year experience artists in the professional pictorial field, coming in the selection of the top ten by the jury.
Since 2018 he is in collaboration with FCA Italy at the Mirafiori Motor Village; the first flagship dealer of FCA brands in Turin.
He followed a sales project of his works inside the Mirafiori Store, the main sales point of the Fiat Chrysler Automobiles Merchandising where the artist offers the possibility to customize the picture of his car as a real atelier.
It opens 2020 with a personal exhibition entitled "ThatsMotoringArt - The Art of Motors in London" at the headquarters of the Fiat Chrysle Motor Village UK in London and is selected for the "Artists 20 Yearbook" signed by Mondadori Store which will be presented during 2020 by Vittorio Sgarbi.
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The Borciani e Bonazzi brushes that I use daily in my atelier are Series 811 Red, the only ones to last over time despite the continuous use on rough surfaces, as well as the best ones to offer an optimal definition stroke.
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