Stretched Canvas

Modern Lines

Contemporary White

Classical Baroque

Unframed print




Francesca Resta, Provaglio d'Iseo (Brescia)
Member Since March 2009
Artist Statement Francesca Resta is an italian artist who works mostly with digital painting, she fell in love with this tecnique in the autumn of 2006; before this date she worked mostly with pencils and charcoals, as she studied during her years in the artistic high school of her city. Now she is attending oils lessons from the italian painter Giovanni Franchi, to extend her skills in this classical tecnique.



Her works have been displayed in several collective exhibitions: the illustrations made for the anniversary of the first edition of "Pinocchio" are still being displayed all around the territory of Brescia, she partecipated to an exhibition about "human rights" and to the most recent "I love beauty" held during all the month of March 2009 in the Santa Giulia Museum in Brescia.





*** Pubblications ***



December 2007:

Tapirulan "Calendario Duemila8" calendar

Illustration selected to be printed at the end of the calendar for the honorable mentions



October 2008:

"Pinocchio" - illustration for the 2nd chapter

The novel rewritten in the dialect spoken in Brescia, every chapter illustrated by a different brescian artist.



January 2009:

Some of my works in the poem and art collection "Harvests of the new millenium"



January 2009:

"Nessun Peccato" (by Maria Luce Bondì - Tanit edizioni)

cover and back cover illustration



March 2009:

"Valaeria" (by Francesca Angelinelli - Runde Taarn edizioni)

cover illustration



TBA Spring 2009:

"I love beauty" exposition catalog

A book with all the paintings of this exposition in the prestigious Santa Giulia Museum in Brescia



TBA Spring/Summer 2009:

"Lisa Verdi e il sole di Aresil" (by M. P. Black - 0111 Edizioni)

cover illustration



TBA Autumn 2009:

One of my paintings in "The big book of contemporary illustration" by Martin Dawber

Comments

Product No 1921560
Subjects African, People, World Culture
Style Contemporary
Medium
Tags Francesca, Orisha, Resta, african, dancer, goddess, oya, woman