In this latest series of work I am exploring the concept of mixing nature with human anatomy.
Faces suspended ina dark backgrounds, or an optical illusion the observer confuses the eye of an animal or the stain of an insect or plant, with the real human eye, creating an image that is completely surreal, full of magic and poetry.
The world is "dual" light & darkness, good & evil beautiful & ugly....everything has two sides, but it is always subjective, always depending on how you look at it, the circumstances and many other factors that are impossible to know at first sight.
We live in a society that is constantly judging, but most of the times based on what we see, the first impression of things is what counts.
With this artwork I would like to invite people to think deeper and take a better look with open minds and with kind hearts, to be more connected with what we really are.

Karenina Fabrizzi

Karenina Fabrizzi is an Italian artist who lives and works in Barcelona, Spain. She study fresco techniques in Italy and in several European cities including Barcelona and London. A keen traveler, her training later took her to New York, where she spent a period as painting assistant to the American Pop artist Jeff Koons, attending the School of visual arts. Karenina’s work has been exhibited all over the world and is held in many private collections internationally. Her work beautiful ...

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