Joseph Cas­ap­inta’s ninth solo ex­hi­bi­tion be­ing held at Palazzo de Piro

Malta Independent - - LIFESTYLE & CULTURE -

Renowned Mal­tese artist Joseph Cas­ap­inta will be launch­ing his ninth solo ex­hi­bi­tion fea­tur­ing his new­est col­lec­tion of wa­ter­colour paint­ings, on 4 Novem­ber at Palazzo de Piro, Md­ina.

The artist’s lat­est works in­clude wa­ter­colour pieces pro­duced in his stu­dio in Birkirkara, but also, in the style of a true Im­pres­sion­ist, wa­ter­colour paint­ings done en plein air.

The large paint­ings in­tro­duced in this ex­hi­bi­tion, a dom­i­nant fea­ture in Cas­ap­inta’s new col­lec­tion, dis­play a free flow­ing style in wa­ter­colour. In­deed, the devel­op­ment in the artist’s tech­nique, traced back to his first wa­ter­colour ex­hi­bi­tion called ‘Danc­ing Brushes’ and con­se­quently ev­i­dent in his three other so­los, has evolved in a man­ner not eas­ily achieved. Joseph Cas­ap­inta has un­de­ni­ably reached new heights in his artis­tic per­for­mance, demon­strated by the con­fi­dent, yet grace­ful strokes of his brush.

The ex­hi­bi­tion will be en­ti­tled “Joseph Cas­ap­inta… The Art”, an in­ti­mate ti­tle which brings to­gether two very im­por- tant el­e­ments: the cre­ator and his cre- ation. A sep­a­rate pub­li­ca­tion for this ex­hi­bi­tion will pro­vide a more in-depth look at Cas­ap­inta, both as the artist but also as a man.

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