About Luisa

About the paintings

The paintings are in acrylic on cotton canvas & on wood support for the series The Freedom Feathers.
Precisely:
“Gallery Painting Coloured Feather“, “Gallery Painting  Blue Feather“,  ” Gallery Painting Green-Red Feather” 

The paintings are in The Dream Windows
“Gallery Painting Flight window“, “Gallery Painting  The Porthole“,  ” Gallery Painting Train window” .

The paintings are in acrylic on cotton canvas on wood support for the series The Nature Windows
The paitings of the ” The Tuscany Hill – Unique Artwork “, “The Mountain-Lake – Unique Artwork “,

Born Free  – Unique Artwork ”  are on n the 70 cm x 70 cm  in acrylic on  a wood frame made from the artist.

Versione italiana

 

Luisa Chestile dopo aver frequentato corso di Disegno/tecniche Pittoriche con il pittore e critico d’Arte Titta Salerno, frequenta L’Accademia di Belle Arti a via di Ripetta a Roma. Si concentra sulla rappresentazione delle forme naturali della figura umana, approfondendo lo studio delle tecniche di acquarello,tempra, acrilico e lo studio della tecnica ad olio su tela.

Successivamente la sua ricerca è volta a rappresentare il proprio sentire in elementi simbolici.

Non a caso l’artista prende come spunto, per le sue riflessioni pittoriche, le piume come simbolo di libertà.

Ogni sua espressione pittorica è frutto di un’emozione a volte ispirata dalla bellezza della natura, a volte dalla bellezza di un incontro significativo.

The Story

Luisa Chestile is a fine art painter from Sabaudia, Italy. For the past twenty years she has been working with tromp l’oeil, acrylic and oil paintings. She uses oil and acrylic for her images that represent feathers and windows.

Luisa Chestile

Luisa Chestile

Oil Painting Colours in Delft

I love to discover new kind of colour powders in different European countries

Luisa Chestile Show

Luisa Chestile Show

Coloured Feathers Presentation

I moved from great paintings to small feathers painting for Interior Design

The Process

In this last period I like to paint still lifes with garlic and chili
The Process