Photograph of Artist VALERIA LATORRE
VALERIA LATORRE
London, London - United Kingdom



Original Artworks (4)

Valeria Latorre; Isola Bella, 2016, Original Painting Acrylic, 105 x 147 cm. Artwork description: 241  Photorealistic painting of water in movement. Isola Bella is the name of a small Island near Taormina, Sicily, where the original photograph of the water was taken. It is also known as The Pearl of the Ionian Sea. There is a narrow path that often connects the ...
Valeria Latorre
Original Acrylic Painting, 2016
105 x 147 cm (41.3 x 57.9 inches)
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Valeria Latorre; Aqua Virgo, 2016, Original Painting Acrylic, 110 x 166 cm. Artwork description: 241  Photorealistic painting of water in movement.Aqua Virgo is one of the acqueducts that supplied water to Rome for more than 400 years. It has its terminal point at Fontana di Trevi, Rome. ...
Valeria Latorre
Original Acrylic Painting, 2016
110 x 166 cm (43.3 x 65.4 inches)
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Valeria Latorre; Mar Tirreno, 2016, Original Painting Acrylic, 114 x 157 cm. Artwork description: 241 Photorealistic painting of water in movement.The painting is inspired by the Tyrrehnian Sea ( english translation for Mar Tirreno) , part of the Mediterranean Sea off the western coast of Italy. ...
Valeria Latorre
Original Acrylic Painting, 2016
114 x 157 cm (44.9 x 61.8 inches)
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Valeria Latorre; Algebra, 2016, Original Painting Acrylic, 107 x 167 cm. Artwork description: 241  Photorealistic water painting. Algebra is the art of manipulation of mathematical expression and in this painting what we perceive is water doing the same with nature....
Valeria Latorre
Original Acrylic Painting, 2016
107 x 167 cm (42.1 x 65.7 inches)
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Artist Statement

Aqua Water is source of life and essential for survival, it is of major importance to all living things. My research is on the human perception of water in states which the eye can’t “fully see”. Water doesn’t have just one shape but infinite, our vision of small quantities of water is transparent and still… we recognize it through its physical qualities and light reflection, refraction, diffraction and scattering. Looking through water in movement, beautiful distorted images of reality can appear, which I try to “freeze” with my camera at their most meaningful moment. Through the knowledge of basic scientific elements and using an artistic approach I try to analyze, understand and interpret the images which mostly represent the beauty and truth of the feeling I had at the moment of shooting… while water was dancing. The selected images then become my reference for the Aqua paintings series....