In her last abstract work titled “Inner City”, Federica Campagnari depicts the dynamism of a city by utilizing an interplay of colors, shapes, and sounds: an incessant flux of elements and emotions, a metaphore of our internal changes.
Artist's Statement/Bio-Award winning Italian artist Federica Campagnari successfully incorporates the abstract imagery onto different media and styles which allows her to create visual elements that move in an endless interaction.
“ I believe artwork is an extension of my emotions, " she says. "It is a dreamlike dimension in which there are no rules and anything is possible."
Her continuous source of inspiration comes from years of experience in stained glass and textile designs. Originally from Verona, Italy, Federica Campagnari has paintings displayed in Italian and American venues including the County Art Museum of Los Angeles, Art Rental Gallery.
Artist's Recent Awards
Artslant 3rd Showcase 2015 winner in the abstract category
Artslant 6th Showcase 2014 winner in the abstract category
Artslant 2nd Showcase 2014 winner in the painting category
Artslant 1st Showcase 2013 winner in the painting category
Artlant 3rd Showcase 2012 winner in the drawing category
2013-2014 Light Space & Time Online Gallery, Special Recognition Awards
Most Recent Painting Exhibits (Group Shows)
Santa Ana, CA – OCCCA (2015)
Redondo Beach, CA – 608 North Art Gallery (2014)
Long Beach, CA - Gallery Expo (2013-2014)
Palos Verdes, CA – PS Zask Gallery (2011)
Most Important Painting Exhibits
Los Angeles – LACMA, Art rental Gallery (1984)
Los Angeles - LA Lace, The Cotton Exchange Show. More than 200 artists from all media transformed an abandoned commercial building into a monumental art environment (1984)
Imperia (Italy) National Exhibit of Small Oil paintings (1968 and 1969)
Verona (Italy) - Museo di Castelvecchio “Sala Boggian”, Regional Exhibit (1968)
Most Important Solo Art Exhibits
Mantova (Italy) – Galleria d'Arte UGM (1972)
Bardolino (VR-Italy) – Galleria d'Arte “Benaco” (1972)
Verona, Italy - Galleria d'Arte “Fra' Giocondo” (1970 and 1973)
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