cristina Bruniera

cristina Bruniera

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  Artist: cristina Bruniera
 Live in: treviso (TV), Veneto, Italy
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CRISTINA BRUNIERA Materic sand paintings Cristina Bruniera operates from her atelier in Treviso Italy. It is here where she began studying graphics and followed on with a career in publishing. It wasn’t till later in her life that Cristina discovered on unexplainable but emotional work of art that would make her in years to come an artist of emotional expression and also of expressive nature. In the early 90’s Cristina lived in Australia, during this time she discovered a continent where nature, colours, atmosphere, and light were a dominant part of culture. Aboriginal life style and their art was of great interest to her as she further, enhanced, her knowledge and open minded herself to “Dream Time”. Cristina soon finds herself in contact with the element that will now and forever create her artistic Masterpieces, sand. Cristina’s first experiments were with sand from Ayers Rock (Australia, Northern Territory) in which she finds irreplaceable. Cristina begins long periods of time researching and experimenting with different types of sand, it’s weights, colours and textures. Different possibilities of expression one also taken into consideration these expressions being of a two and three dimensions. Further research continues as Cristina is now faced with what will be compatible with the sands used. Cristina’s main focus of expressive art is of nature, studio visual of wind blowing effects, landscaping dunes, and elevated surfaces. Cristina Bruniera exposed her collection to the public in 2002 through peer pressure from family, friends and also critics, many people have followed Cristina’s artwork throughout the years, but they simply couldn’t understand why she wanted so long to reveal her gallery of Masterpieces. The response from the general public was Cristina is a perfectionist, and until now she doesn’t seam to think that her works of art have been finished.