Piola Restaurant is proud to present Serena Bisi’s first New York exhibition. Serena’s use of bright and vibrant colors, evident in the landscapes she depicts, are inspired by Mexico and Brazil, where she has lived most of her life. Serena will be at Piola’s on Sunday November 11, 2007 at 6pm and her exhibit can be viewed everyday through December 12th. She is delighted to meet you in Piola’s pleasant and elegant atmosphere and present her new collection of 15 medium-sized paintings, entitled “Living Colors.”
Appreciation of Serena’s paintings can be found only when we immerse ourselves in and embrace the infinite space within our souls. Her paintings touch our innermost self as we plunge into quiet landscapes that contain within themselves the silent cry each of us preserves in our heart. They portray hidden memories that blend to give way to a natural, uncontaminated reality, where man must be absent.
Both defined lines and an iridescent palate of colors strike and fill the audience with a newfound courage, enabling each individual to look within themselves in a way never imagined. This introspection is finally free from compromise. The painter suggests rather strongly that nature is only ALIVE if man respects it.
Serena’s artwork has been featured at the Michelangelo Gallery (1994) and Maksoud Plaza (1995) in Brazil. She has also exhibited at the Galleria Modigliani in Milan (2000), the Galleria de Soldati in Rome (2003), the Centro Culturale Degli Artisti in Rome (2004), the Torretta di Ponte Milvio in Rome (2005) and at the Spoleto Festival (2007).