Adelina. Rialto Bridge, Venice. 2006
Adelina. The Rialto Bridge, Venice. 2006
At this time I became interested in blending my passion for film and movies that influenced me, and placing portions of their narrative into the scenery. I enjoyed blurring fantasy and reality and staging little hints of drama, to make the viewer take a second look with intrigue.
Since the scene is the Rialto Bridge in Venice, it felt apt to pay tribute to the Nicolas Roeg film 'Don’t Look Now’, with the title referencing the actress Adelina Poerio, who played the enigmatic figure dressed in a bright red coat.
The city is chillingly deserted save for the gondoliers, who are actually a search party looking for certain clues left in the waters. Somewhere in the painting is a small hint of red aluding to her eery presence, which remains mostly in the shadows.
Original Art by Phil Davis Art.
Oil on canvas. Signed and framed in beechwood frame with glass and mount.
45 cm x 38 cm
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