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(January – December 2021)

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Sunset Near The Bridge

Chiara Masiero Sgrinzatto

Casera Campo

Val Frison, Belluno, IT

July 2021

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This panorama is part of a series of 9 spherical drawings I made for the project "La Montagna nel Cuore e nella Penna", with with Luca Vascon and Moira Franco, Sara Rambaldi, Chiara Tronchin; Cristina Amodeo, Mattia Caracciolo, Davide Salvemini; Marco Paschetta, Laura Pedizzi, Elisabetta Percivati.

We’ve been visiting three different areas involved in the First World War and The Vaia Storm: Asiago plateau, Belluno Dolomites and Belluno Prealps. In each place, a guide took us in the most important spots, to get the traces and remains of the first world war and Vaia storm.

During our visit Luca took 9 infrared 360º panoramas and I sketched on location 9 equirectangular drawings. After the residency, the artists created an inspired illustration, screen-printed by Fallani Venezia.

When I started to draw those panoramas I was really scared about drawing  spherical in non-urban spaces. Eventually Giovanni's (our guide) stories about the building and mountains and the beauty around me made me feel so relaxed, making them a pleasure to draw.

The series of drawings is collected in my first panoramic illustrated book "Schianti", I am very proud of it.

"La Montagna nel Cuore e nella Penna" is a project by Associazione Think, Say, Do; funded by Presidenza del Consiglio dei Ministri and Regione del Veneto. 


Sketched on location, black ballpoint pen on A4 white paper.
A bit of chiaroscuro at home.
Edited in Photoshop, Exif Fixer.

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