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Rose Crepaldi Rossetti - “The art, life, the emotion”, by Edmundo Cavalcanti

Edmundo Cavalcanti é Artista Plástico, Colunista de Arte e Poeta.

Edmundo Cavalcanti is a Visual Artist, Art Columnist and Poet.

Conquering space

The world of sculpture presents unique features. Think three-dimensionality demand constantly reflect on the dialogue between full and empty spaces and recesses. It is the practice of modeling that art takes place, is taking as its starting point a drawing or the immense pleasure of seeing certain forms gaining volume.

The Rose Rossetti sculptures delight by the way they treat, for example, the female body. Your best work go for styling curves, establishing hex images, where wealth is established in the way and made the connection between what the artist thinks and what performs.

Rose Rossetti é Artista Plástica.

Rose Rossetti is Plastic Artist.

The biggest fascination of sculptural art is just give in to see how hands, in contact with the clay, raw material of humanity. They offer the opportunity to reflect on our everyday existential. The wonder of creating occurs in this passage of what you feel for what you see.

each work, in this sense, is an achievement, since, connotations beyond each set image sets up, there is a possibility that they take shape in various materials, from the most traditional to the most contemporary, that allow numerous shades. Thus, the artist conquest your space, raising the perennial flag of the creative process.

Oscar D'Ambrosio is a journalist by USP, master in Visual Arts by UNESP, degree in Letters (Portuguese and English) and Doctor of Education, Art and History of Culture at Mackenzie University and Communication and Marketing Manager of the Faculty of Medical Sciences of Santa Casa de São Paulo.

Oscar D’Ambrosio: oscar.dambrosio@fcmsantacasasp.edu.br | www.fcmsantacasasp.edu.br


1- Where did you born? And what is your academic training?

I was born in Two Streams and grew up in San Carlos – SP.

I graduated in Pharmacy and Biochemistry from the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences UNESP – Araraquara / SP.

2- How and when you give your first contact with the Arts?

My first contact with the arts was late, when I worked at the Butantan Institute in Sao Paulo with vaccine production research and I enrolled in a course of modeling clay.

3- How did you find this gift?

This was my contact with the clay that I could express myself and identify with the sculpture and that's when I stopped working as a researcher to devote myself exclusively to visual arts.

4- What are your main influences?

My main influences come from great artists and classical works of the era of Impressionism and Modernism.

I am attracted by the works of Henry Moore, with its large volumes, forms and abstraction.

The works of Brancusi with her slender and balanced clean shapes also touch me.

5- What materials do you use in your works?

Usually the use of bronze casting, painted aluminum, fiberglass or polyester resin in different colors or transparencies to finish my pieces.

use too, but far less welding, often with recycled materials.

6- What is your creative process itself? What inspires you?

My creative process begins in several ways: with the observation of a scene or movement of people and I try to capture that moment and then drawing model. Or modeling directly when using live model in the studio.

I try to pass all the excitement, all feeling that inspires me to create the work.

7- When you started effectively to produce or create your works?

My first sculptures were created from the decade of 90.

8- Art is an intellectual production exquisite, where emotions are embedded in the context of creation, but in art history, we see that many artists are derived from other, following technical and artistic movements through time, you own any model or influence of any artist? Who would be?

There are many artists that I admire and that I believe have contributed much to the world of contemporary art. Among them are Matisse, Picasso, Miró, Salvador Dali and other.

9- What does art mean to you? If you were to summarize in a few words the meaning of Arts in your life…

Art is for me to Life, the emotion.

I started creating it for much later I say I need to live another life to do everything I want. Through art I seek to express myself and express my feelings.

10- What techniques do you use to express their ideas, feelings and perceptions about the world? (Whether it is through painting, sculpture, drawing, collage, photography… or uses several techniques in order to make a mix of different art forms).

No doubt my feelings and perceptions about the world occur through sculpture. And as I am lover of the visual arts I have taken my first steps down the path of painting on canvas.

11- Every artist has his mentor, that person whom you mirrored that encouraged and inspired you to follow this career you, going ahead and taking your dreams the other expression levels, who this person is and how it introduced you in the art world?

Since my first steps in the artistic area have had incentive artists with whom I live in the studio and especially the artist and teacher Francisca Junqueira, who taught me all the techniques to create my sculptures and continues to support and encourage my love of the arts.

I have also received a lot of support and encouragement from my family, José Luis and Olga.

12- You have another activity beyond art? You give lessons, lectures etc.?

I have no other activity beyond art, my dedication to art is full time.

13- Its major national and international exhibitions and their awards? (Mention 5 most recent)

  • Participation of Group exhibition at Cia Gallery of Arts;
  • the Exhibition Participation, Bouganville Hall Alphaville;
  • Participation in the 12th edition of the Week of the Poly Art (SAPO XII);
  • Participation in the Exhibition Route Alphaville;
  • Investments in 2 Exhibition of Contemporary Painting Course at the Instituto Tomie Ohtake;
  • Participation in the exhibition Art in Solidarity Marcelo Neves Art Gallery.

14- Your plans for the future?

I continue to improve and producing art, creating sculptures that express my feelings and can touch people's hearts.

15- In your opinion what is the future of Brazilian art and its artists? (in the general context) and why so many artists are giving preference to show their work in international exhibitions despite high costs?

I believe that gradually, the artist will no longer seek traditional galleries and eventually publishing and marketing their works through social networks. So that now, when they want to reach a larger and more diverse audience, They seek to expose cultural centers, which are wider spaces and more comprehensive.

Anyway direct eye contact with the work of art will always be a unique experience, touching and irreplaceable in international exhibitions despite high costs.

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