Geremia Cerri was born in the province of Cremona.
Creation has always been part of his life and his brothers' life too: his parents worked as craftsmen and their home has always been pervaded by work tools, as well as by art books, vinyls and musical instruments, thanks to which he was able very soon to appreciate the many facets of artistic expression.
At first, while studying at the Liceo Artistico of Crema, music was a fundamental source of inspiration that led him to play and compose in different formations.
After a journey through the scents and colors of Sardinia in 2014, his passion for the landscape, the outdoors and trekking led him to buy watercolors.
Since then he began studying to improve his technique, studying contemporary masters such as Joe Dowden, Joseph Zbukvic and many others, so he let himself be inspired by the environment that surrounds him.
“If I had to talk about my painting, I think I would think about the moment I do it rather than the final result. When I create, I try not to get bored and not to bore the observer's eye using the most unusual tools for one of the most traditional techniques ever, such as watercolor. "
In recent years he has been interested in painting competitions, in 2016 one of his paintings came third in an international watercolor competition held in Cagliari; in this small town, in April 2017 he held his first personal exhibition, while in 2018 the painting ""The King of the Chicken Coop"" came seventh in an important international competition in Egypt.
In the last period I have focused on Syria, here your brushes have helped me to develop in a new language unknown to me.
He currently lives and works in the province of Cremona and holds painting courses throughout Italy.
What do you love about Borciani e Bonazzi brushes?
To be honest before using any type of adjective for Borciani e Bonazzi brushes I would spend one for myself: pleasantly surprised.
Borciani e Bonazzi series 820 was a revelation for me, I found in it the right feeling, I really like the bristle and I am using it regularly.
The Silvia Molinari series 700 brushes (the travel ones), besides having a fantastic design, has a capacity and softness that lives up to expectations, really beautiful.
What let me really surprised is the one with the natural squirrel bristle, a softness that I have never found in the brushes of any other brand.
Believe me, I can consider myself a brushes collector and I use a lot of them, but for a month now, on the side of the color palette, there is my Borciani e Bonazzi Masterpiece Vaio.
Discover the brushes chosen by Geremia.