Selected works of Giancarlo Filippi will be on exhibition at Green Kill from March 2, 2019 until March 30, 2019 along with works by four other artists including Deirdre Day, Nina Kossman, Dorothea Osborn and Sparrow.
Best hours to view this exhibition are 3-6 PM Tuesday-Saturday.
The opening celebration will be on Saturday, March 2 from 5-7 PM. Please join these five unique artists.
About Giancarlo Filippi
Girancarlo Filippi is a multimedia artist living in the Boston area; working as a picture framing specialist for an art consulting firm. He was born in a small town located in upstate New York.
He studied Studio Art & Art History as well as Performance and Communication Arts at St. Lawrence University. There he worked under Nigerian artist Obiora Udechukwu, where he learned about the abstract drawing style known as Uli. Girancarlo’s work is heavily influenced by Uli techniques; specifically it’s organic, spontaneous, asymmetrical nature. His use of color is inspired by color theorist Josef Albers. His work was focused on the way humans perceive color, and how colors interact with one another as well as the human eye.
Girancarlo enjoys using a variety of different mediums in my work. He tends to mix drawing and painting, mixing Acrylics, Pen, Pencil, Sharpie, Ink and whatever else inspires him.
When defining his work, he looks at is as a mixture of Abstract Expressionism, Surrealism and Impressionism. Many of his paintings have an otherworldly landscape quality to them; many of his drawings are a grotesque representation of human and animal form.