ART AND FABRIC: VALERIO BERRUTI

The brush dipped in oil colours sinuously glides to compose very expressive sketched faces: Valerio Berrruti, young Piedmontese artist, decorates raw canvas of jute with characters rich of personnality which makes his artworks interestig stages. It’s the jute, a textile fiber which comes from the bark of herbaceous plants, the natural fabric that for his characteristics is a perfect art medium. The artist composes on it his particular compositions with douzens of interesting subejects: pupils who poses for a collective photo, children who are solitary playing, families that seem to wait a photo. Through the language of drawing and painting, even if Berruti extremely cleans the lines, each subject has an expression, a movement or a gesture that makes it unique.

The brush dipped in oil colours sinuously glides to compose very expressive sketched faces: Valerio Berrruti, young Piedmontese artist, decorates raw canvas of jute with characters rich of personnality which makes his artworks interestig stages. It’s the jute, a textile fiber which comes from the bark of herbaceous plants, the natural fabric that for his characteristics is a perfect art medium. The artist composes on it his particular compositions with douzens of interesting subejects: pupils who poses for a collective photo, children who are solitary playing, families that seem to wait a photo. Through the language of drawing and painting, even if Berruti extremely cleans the lines, each subject has an expression, a movement or a gesture that makes it unique.

VALERIO BERRUTI

VALERIO BERRUTI