Carolina Broggi, born in 1990 in Italy, currently resides by Lake Geneva in Switzerland. She is an abstract artist who studied art in England and now works as a freelance artist, embracing a diverse range of mediums and tools. Carolina's artistic journey is characterized by an exploration of landscapes, lights , her thoughts and emotions. How did you get into art?
From a young age, my artistic inclination blossomed, influenced by my mother who worked in fashion and would often be immersed in drawing. This early exposure ignited my passion for art. As I progressed through my A-levels in England, I delved into formal art studies, further shaping my creative journey and expanding my skills.
How would you describe your style? What makes your work special?
In my abstract art, I gravitate towards a palette of soft colors, merging them to evoke various emotions within the viewer. This fusion of tones serves as a distinctive element in my work, allowing me to convey a range of feelings and atmospheres through the interplay of shades and tones.How do you go about developing your work?
Primarily working with acrylic paint, I embrace a varied approach using hands, brushes, sponges, scrapers, and more. Without rigid rules or boundaries, I find freedom in mixing colors directly on the canvas, allowing the creative process to flow organically. While I may start with a concept in mind, the painting often takes its own direction, evolving spontaneously during the journey.Who or what influences you?
My influences are diverse, drawn from the world around me: nature, weather, shadows, and light all play a role. Additionally, the work of fellow artists serves as a source of inspiration, contributing to the rich tapestry that shapes my creativity.
Make us curious. What are you planning to do next?
My upcoming plans involve showcasing my work in a shared exhibition in Geneva in January and participating in art fairs. Learn more about the artist: