Collection: Ramona Galardi, visual artist

Artist featured by Art Gallery The One in a collection.


Ramona Galardi is an intuitive artist who allows her life experiences and personal journey to be expressed through her art. She works with a variety of media including printmaking, collage, mark-making, and Asian calligraphic techniques, using materials like paints, inks, charcoal, graphite, and pastels on paper.

Her artwork is characterized by a limited color palette, often utilizing colors like red, black, and white to emphasize the subject matter. Texture is also an important element in her art, inspired by nature and her travels to places like Japan and India.

Thematically, Galardi's work explores topics such as identity, violence, and the natural world. Her style has been described as abstract, with her pieces reflecting her "reflections, observations and encounters". She allows her emotions and inner experiences to guide the creative process, which she describes as a "journey of discovery" from her psyche.

Galardi's artistic influences include Cubist artists like Georges Braque, as well as Klee, Albers, Lee Krasner, and the propaganda art of 1930s Europe. Her work has been exhibited internationally, including at the Royal Academy of Arts and the Barbican Library Gallery in London.

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