IRENEO FRIZZARIN – JN Investment Art

 

An outstanding new artist and one to watch in the future.

He has painted commissions for Tom Ford (portrait) and for Auditorium Magazine (April 3013), Articles on photography with Mario Testino and painting by Ireneo of Desmond Chewyn, Editor in Chief/ Creative Director.

He has produced major paintings for the DNKY flagship store windows, in New Bond Street London.

His work is featured in the prestigious The Player International Bookazine: ‘Art Attack’ (Jan 2014).

Biography

Ireneo was born in Padua, north Italy. From the age of 18, he spent 3 years in the Italian army as a professional soldier and served as a peacekeeper in the Balkan conflicts (Bosnia and Kosovo).

After the army he gained a diploma in Business Management & Finance in Padua. However, painting was always his preferred choice of career and he moved to London in 2003 and completed a degree in Fine Art (Painting) at Wimbledon School of Art, graduating in 2008.

He lives and works in London.

Exhibited & works

  • ‘A Brush With Passion’ Art Event, Home House, London, Nov 2013
  • Auditorium Magazine April 2013
  • Tom Ford portrait commission
  • DNKY London, first commission by the group for large paintings in windows
  • Solo exhibition ‘Blurring Vision’ at CornFlake Gallery, 2011
  • ‘London versus New York,’ New York 2009, in collaboration with Red Gate Gallery London
  • Solo exhibition ‘Too many Thoughts’ at CornFlake Gallery – ‘Innovative success’ – Time Out Magazine, 2010
  • ‘Last Supper in Ibiza’ work, 4 meters long painting of the, for a major private collector, 2009
  • ‘London versus New York,’ New York 2009, in collaboration with Red Gate Gallery London
  • ‘Last Supper in Ibiza’ work, 4 meters long painting of the, for a major private collector, 2009
  • Five large paintings for a4 Restaurant in Wimbledon Village
    Fresh Meat show, Battersea Bridge, 2008
  • Fresh Meat show, Battersea Bridge, 2008
  • Solo exhibition at British Council, 2004
  • Entire graduation show was purchased by the Land Mark Hotel Group

Statement

“For the process and ideas behind my work, I enjoy working with new media such as bleach, ink and varnish mixed with oil colour built up in layers.

Usually the paintings are painted using oil colours, which I then I treat with a complete twist of layers of tissues applied on the top of the work, covering completely colours and anything visible on the canvas

A mix media of paint is then applied over which is mixed with water so, the process is uncontrolled the fluids are taking over rapidly. Time and process are the key words for my work, which determine the final image that I am satisfied with.”