Barbara Stamegna

I was born in Rome in 1971 and since childhood I showed a strong inclination for art, especially for drawing.  But it’s only starting from 1991 that I fulfilled my dream and I started dedicating myself to art with great passion.  Since then I received many awards and appointments for the highly professional results and expertise obtained in the art world with my paintings.

EDUCATION:

1987:  High School Certificate of Proficiency – Mira Costa High School, Manhattan Bch., California (U.S.A.)

1998:  University Degree in Foreign Languages and Literatures – Università degli Studi di Roma Tre – Rome

My paintings are exhibited at the Municipality of Cranston (Rhode Island – USA) and in private collections in Los Angeles (California – U.S.A.), as well as in the National Museum Gli Etruschi of Livorno (Italy) and in Italian private collections.  National and local newspapers and magazines  as: Il Messaggero, Il Tempo, Arte (Cairo Editore), Il Resto del Carlino, Corriere Adriatico, Voce Misena, Il Tirreno, Latina Oggi, Il Corriere Laziale, L’Inchiesta, Corriere del Sud Lazio, Gaeta Bay Gazette, Il Resto, Accademia, Confronto, Golfosport wrote about my paintings as well as of my awards.

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Fairy mood

 “From the inconsciousness, reminiscence images, overlapping ideas, memories and truths about herself seem to emerge:  the canvas, saturated, becomes a mirror, a well of water where to overlook and to find herself…from the depths the painter Barbara Stamegna is able to interpret the matter in its true self and to illuminate at the same time her true self, with her eyes, reflecting herself, on the basis of stranger’s eyes, observing with curiosity.”

Dr. Filomena Stamegna

Writer

To Interpret the Matter in its True Self

fluid floating shapes

“I know and I admire the art of our capable and prepared artist:  Barbara Stamegna…, an artist ready for the big jump in the tough world of contemporary art.  Her palette is rich and full of cultural values, her layout is all personal, the interest of national critics in her painting leads us to believe that she’s a painter capable to make the news with her art…In each painting you can note with pleasure the growth in interpretation of all her creations.  In each of her artworks you can see the extent of inspiration, blending the whole in an expressive fantasy.  Her paintings, permeated with far reaching cultural, ethical and human values, make universal the message of this fascinating and very valuable art.  My full approval, with the wish of great success in the art world.”

Prof.  Giovanni Mazzetti

International Art Critic and member of the jury of the Venice Biennale

A Universal Message

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