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    Interview with australian painter Nunzio Miano


    Nunzio Miano has recently joined Fumogallery, bringing his conceptual portraits to the platform. Nunzio’s work offers the viewer a look inside his subject's psyche rather than a literal depiction of the physical. 

    Interview with australian painter Nunzio Miano

    Artworks


    2200 €

    Abstract Portrait Painting

    Vertical

    300 €

    Abstract Print

    Vertical

    1450 €

    Abstract Portrait Painting

    Square

    An Interview with Nunzio Miano:

    FG: How did you get started doing what you do?

    NM: I've been painting, drawing and generally making things since I was a child. I used to ask all my aunties and uncles to sit for me and I would draw their portrait, I would have been about 8 years old. I wish I still had the drawings. I did however take a different path with my studies, and had a 20 year career in fashion and design. I returned to my art practice about 10 years ago and began exhibiting around 6 years ago.

    FG: How would you describe your art today?

    NM: My art is an emotional response to the world around me and my observations. My subject matter can be quite dark or light depending on my mood, but it always has a sense of emotion. My art is very intuitive. It's been described as flamboyant and expressive by some notable industry curators, and I can really relate to that description.

    FG: What's your inspiration?

    NM: Every day life, contrasted with my upbringing, my feelings and what is happening around me. It is always a balance of past and present, mashed up together in the work.

    FG: What wouldn’t you do without?

    NM: I can't paint without music and lots of cups of herbal tea. For some reason if I don't have the right music playing and a cup of tea to the side, I can't seem to get into my groove.

    FG: What do you need to feel happy?  

    NM: I'm only ever happy when I feel a sense of accomplishment. If I haven't achieved something within the day, I feel down. That sense of accomplishment is vital to my existence. It works well with my art practice and drives me to keep creating.  







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