Sandra Batoni Bio
As a young painter, Batoni sought to hone her skills in figurative realism, with a special interest for the style of twentieth-century Italian painting. After graduating in architecture, she took up the challenge of replicating the style of the Italian Masters. Color became the true protagonist of her paintings, in which she developed two main topics: the feminine figure and the traditional still life, adding in 2007 the landscape. Still lives possess vivid colours, metaphysical atmospheres and a precious pictorial execution. Feminine figures are young women or impatient to grow up teenagers, unaware and at the very same time conscious of their beauty. They stand in quiet interiors, sometimes enlightened by a warm artificial light. Landscapes are created from life drawings, later worked out following the memory and emotions map that “life” provoked. Currently, Sandra Batoni exhibits her work in several top Italian art galleries and a relevant collection of her works is permanently stored at the Parronchi Gallery of Florence. She also exhibits in the United States. Boulevard Fine Art gallery in Clarendon Hills, IL feature Enrique Alonso's artwork.