Amore and Covid - Anita Lanzetta
Medium: Acrylic & mixed media on canvas
Dimensions: 60 x 60 cm
The Artist: Anita Lanzetta
Anita explores a wide range of art disciplines. Her artistic roots are based in the fashion industry which continues to influence her use of textiles and mixed media. During her time at UWE she has focused on the practice of painting, with influences from Renaissance, Baroque and Abstract Expressionist art. Anita explores the inner shapes of the human being and its perception of feelings: she is interested in identity, sexuality, self consciousness and awareness, and the way us humans deal with our personalities and egos. The representations of these human features is indicated in her use of colours, exploring the relationships of specific colours when placed next to others. Anita also uses patterns and shapes that translate feelings and emotions, creating a connection between the colours she uses and how we respond to the flow they create.
People's Art Fair: Winter Show
In the bleak mid-winter with the cold nights drawing in, Bristol in lockdown, a global pandemic rolling through our communities, Brexit on the near horizon, economic collapse looming from every side and a tory government barely holding things together, those of us not out grouse shooting or visiting Barnard castle needed to bring a little colour and magic back in our lives.
The People’s Art Fair Winter Edition brought together over forty amazing artists, ready to dazzle you with their work. The closed doors of lockdown have hidden a frenetic world of quiet creativity, and these creations are now ready to spill out into the world. Featuring spray paint, collage, photography, cyanotype, stencils, bone china, metal work, dominoes, paper sculpture, acrylics, clay, illustration, screen print, glass painting, fairy lights, beeswax, biro ink and various weird trinkets found on the floor, as always the People’s Art Fair brings you a cornucopia of visual art to suit every taste and temperament.
* Unless specified, dimensions apply to the unframed artwork.