Meet Savio Mizzi
Because Savio believes that human spirit transcends all forms, he enjoys expression through surrealism. By seamlessly blurring, and occasionally braking the arbitrary boundaries between dreams and reality, surrealist styles make the idiosyncratic conventional and turn the established and confined traditions on their head. Surrealism offers the ideal image for art lovers seeking expression of the illogic married to geometric accuracy.
While occasionally chaotic, Savio believes that surrealist elements are essential for his landscape art. His fusions, though they flout some preconceptions, never violate the aesthetic feel implicit in his art. His art is bold, though his images, shy from outright audacity and discomfort. He is master of reconciling the unique, brash and idiosyncratic elements of the human experience with the timeless, immortal and organic rhythm of the natural world: he finds harmony in conflict and serenity in the erratic.
Whatever their tastes, art lovers without a work of art from Savio Mizzi have an incomplete collection. If you want to not only compliment your collection, but bring new life to it, Savio Mizzi is the artist you need to get in contact with. He promises to not only meet you expectations, but go beyond them.
WORK PUBLISHED: Dell Books, Time Magazine, Bantam Books, Embassy Pictures, Newsday, ABC Network, N.Y.C. Opera National Company, Norton Books, Barnes and Nobles, Tor Books, and Donald I Fine Inc. and many more.
COMMISSION PAINTINGS IN EUROPE & USA AND WORKED ON ALL ACCEPTS OF DESIGN.
EXHIBITIONS: Show for UNICEF, Auctions by Christies Rome, Italy, Museo del Risorgimento, Rome Italy, Exhibition New York Art coliseum, National Museum of Fine Arts, Malta One Man Show, National Drawing Association, New York Group Show, Art.eGallery, Xavier Sag Harbor, The White Room and currently Malta. Official artist for THE FISHERMAN MAGAZINE.
Savio Mizzi joined Fine Art America on September 12th, 2013.