Ambrosoli I.T.V. Art is delighted to present a selection of works by artists including Fabio Giocondo, Chantal Parise, Jocelyne Deschamp-Kus known as Jideka, Smita Aloni, Ercole Frigoli, Rie Osogoe, Harald Böhm, Fanou Montel, Annemarie Ambrosoli. Fabio Giocondo uses oil painting because it allows time for reflection. Time to see the implication of shape and colour. Giocondo is a studio painter. But his work is never static. Instead is in continuous state of evolution and undoing. The art of Chantal Parise can be summarized as follows: color, movement, matter, a great emotional charge and a desire to go to the essentials, to purify and make the soul of a landscape appear. Jocelyne Deschamp-Kus known as Jideka, she only wants to paint things that touch the soul, feelings of every day life, events in their beauty as well as in their darkness. Smita Aloni, was raised around different parts of India, exposing her to diverse customs and cultures of her home country. She was taught Phad Painting later in her life by her guru Shri Kalyan Joshi. Ercole Frigoli, landscape painter, in his art was able to filter his impressions through a temperament that allowed him to reach a composite balance thanks to which the resulting images belong to a tranquil world, characterized by right chromatic harmonies. The theme by Rie Osogoe recently is dealing with social issues. For this reason, art form is shifting from 2D to 3D and installation. Nature plays a central role in Böhm's painting and he is best known for his forest paintings. It's not about a detailed reproduction of what happened, but about creating a mood, a feeling. Fanou Montel paints, mainly in acrylic, abstract paintings where a few figurative transcriptions can evoke landscapes. Annemarie Ambrosoli in her latest works simplifies the form through lines, circles, creating figures that express dialogue through the movement of the mouth. Mouth as an expression.