by Anna Colombo

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A ripe fruit is like a flower that blooms.

In my opinion, talking about still life is a contradiction: nature, by its definition, is alive, it becomes dead when it is removed from its habitat (the flower cut from the plant, the fruit picked from the tree...).

Each artist therefore takes on a challenge: he portrays a flower destined to die and thus makes it eternal.

His skill consists in deceiving, making inanimate objects and dead beings appear real and alive.

Appearing alive means generating emotions and emotions are life.

Blossoming means opening up to life and a drawing can make that moment eternal also through emotions.

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