Lord Ganesha, oil on wood 40cm x 80cm. This artwork is the artist’s first oil painting in 2014, when he began a private collection using this refined technique, as a self-taught artist. Gaya dedicates a tribute to Ganesha, the Indian god who accompanies the overcoming of obstacles on the material plane. Several journeys to India
Acrilyc on wooden panel, 6m x 2m, Lexton, Victoria, Australia. The artwork was created for Live Painting during Esoteric Festival 2019, inside the art gallery. Acrilico su legno, 6m x 2m, Lexton, Victoria, Australia. L’opera è stata realizzata per il Live Painting durante Esoteric Festival 2019, all’interno della galleria d’arte.
Acrilycs on wooden panel, 1m x 2,6m. This painting comes from the collaboration with the english artist Tamar Atik. the work is located at the hotel restaurant La Blanca, a historic restaurant for travelers in San Mateo, Mexico. The main plants are represented medicine and not living in the mountains surrounding the place. .
THE GRANTS’ S PORTRAIT. 70cm x 50cm acrilyc on canvas. The artwork was commissioned by Grant family in Gayndah, Queensland, Australia. IL RITRATTO DEI GRANTS. Acrilico 70 cm x 50 cm su tela. L’opera d’arte è stata commissionata dalla famiglia Grant a Gayndah, nel Queensland, in Australia.
Oil and watercolor on wood, 40cm x 80cm, Australia After 5 intense years spent among the 5 continents the artist decides to revisit one of the first oil paintings of his career. The second oil on wood in the collection is reserved for the pineal gland, because it is our connection to the world of
This painting was commissioned for the lobby of the Timbuktu hotel in San Vito Lo Capo, Sicily, Italy. the artwork is 2m wide and about 3 meters high and continues on the ceiling. It represents our naturalness that blends with the artificial, the technology, the mechanics, the cybernetics … è stato commissionato questo dipinto per