Le opere di Alberto Crismani si contraddistinguono per i caldi colori che trasmettono profonda passione, raffinatezza e padronanza tecnica.
L’artista usa gesso in polvere, non solo per dare consistenza dimensionale alla superficie della tela, ma per renderla in qualche modo palpabile, quasi tattile alla sola vista.
Da questo punto di vista si coglie come l’opera di Alberto Crismani è affascinata dal mare, primaria fonte d’ispirazione, richiamo irresistibile che sa trasmettere sulla tela cogliendo i toni piu blu dalla sua profondità fino alla limpidezza della superficie. catturandone la luce nella sua liquidità per restituirla alla natura nello spumeggiare dell’onda.
Alberto attinge la sua ricerca pittorica nel girovagare per il mondo e nel desiderio di capire e di conoscere luoghi nuovi, altri mondi che nutrono in lui nuove emozioni e poi la necessità di rientrare nella propria casa, nella propria realtà.
Le sue opere le porta su tela con colori caldi, con sguardi profondi che riescono a stupirci come tutti gli animali africani, come la natura, come il mare e i paesaggi.
La sua ispirazione viene dall’esterno ma anche da dentro di se e crea un equilibrio costante tra il suo sentire e la trasposizione materiale che rende concreta l’opera finita.
L’artista presenta i suoi quadri volutamente variegati, come note su un rigo, come fotogrammi da scrivere in più modi, ma si interroga ancora sulla ricerca espressiva che nasce e si evolve continuamente in una elaborazione interiore che non lo rende mai soddisfatto fino in fondo.
The warm colours of ALBERTO CRISMANI’s works are nourished by suggestions originating from deep passions that the artist is able to express with his refined paintings, showing his mastery of technique. The artist uses powdered chalk not only with the intention of giving dimensional consistency to the surface of the canvas, but also to make it somehow more palpable, almost tactile to his eye. This is possible by trying to make it both realistic in matter and figurative in conception. The choice of warm colour counterpoints is exciting.
Warmth in the Mediterranean landscapes, which give us images of islands and sunny places, the precision of the sign, the sharpness of his paintings, the rendering of the smooth and rough surfaces of the elements. The culture and skill of the artist who gives his works an ideal of harmony and beauty as a still current reference.
From this point of view, we can see how Alberto Crismani’s work is fascinated by the sea, a primary source of inspiration, an irresistible attraction that he transfers onto canvas, exalting all the tones of blue, capturing the light on the surface and the darkness of its depths to return it with a foaming wave. The calm and friendly sea in its real and at the same time symbolic dimension, the silence and sound of the sea have the same sound as his heart.
His life in its reflections and in the transparency of the light glows like gold on the surfaces of his canvases and colours. Alberto’s pictorial research is consumed in his travels, both in wandering around the world and in immersing himself in his earthly research. It is found in the desire to understand and to know places and worlds other than himself that accompanies the emotions and in the ritual need to return to his own shores, his own home, his own reality.
Finally, his works are applied on the canvas in warm colours, the artist still manages to amaze us in the background of his scenes. It is therefore the sea, nature, landscapes and African animals that have fascinated and emotionally involved Alberto, who has been able to transfer these emotions onto canvas, involving even people who are not experts in painting. He draws inspiration from many things outside and inside himself, but seeks a synthesis, a balance between his feeling that is in constant flux and the material transposition that becomes tangible in the finished work.
The artist is well represented in his paintings, deliberately divided like notes written on a single line, like frames of an idea that he wants to express in several ways. The artist still questions himself on the nature of his expressive research, on the act of creating art that is born and evolves, of an interior elaboration never fully satisfied. For Alberto, there is always a tension between what is felt inside and what is realised, between the expressive desire and the completed work.