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“L’homme et la Femme”  By Romeo Venci, Acrylic on Canvas
“L’homme et la Femme”  By Romeo Venci, Acrylic on Canvas
“L’homme et la Femme”  By Romeo Venci, Acrylic on Canvas

“L’homme et la Femme” By Romeo Venci, Acrylic on Canvas

Regular price $900.00 Sale

DETAILS:

48" x 36"

Original Artwork 

Acrylic on Canvas 

2020

ABOUT THE ARTIST:


Instagram:  @romeo_venci


Romeo Venci

    My name is Romeo Venci and I am an artist here in the United States. I am here to describe a little bit about what art is to me. Art is not something I just woke up and decided to do. It took a lot of time experimenting with different techniques and mediums for me to actually decide to want to pursue it. Art is not something that I do for fun, but more as an escape.

    Art found me in a low and dark place in my life. It gave me purpose and happiness while giving me fulfillment at a time when I needed it the most. I could go on about everything that art is to me but I won’t bore you with that.

    I taught myself about different mediums, styles of art, and different materials that can be used. It took a long time of experimenting with everything until I finally made something that just felt right and that I was proud. When I finished It just felt right to name it. It took me a while to come up with something, until I just randomly said bàcati. This is a word that I ultimately created not only to name by painting but to also name my new style of painting.

    I decided to use a made up word to describe my work because I felt that there was no true style that I practiced within my work. My pieces are colorful, vibrant, confusing, but also soothing. There are many explosions of emotions within my work stemming from deep feelings within me. I want people to feel and connect to their inner emotions every time they look at one of my pieces.

    My work means so much to me, and is a literal piece of me. By looking at my art you get an inside look at me and who I am on the inside. I will always continue to make art to share with the world. With this I hope that my work can help change the way we all view the world and can leave a lasting impression on who we are as humans.