Italian painter Alessandro Sicioldr crafts dreamlike, engrossing oil paintings that use the human body as an unsettling vessel. In his latest works, in particular, a bleakness is present, as barren backdrops host his creatures. He was last featured on HiFructose.com here.
“His subjects are visions coming from the unconscious mind that he represents using a blend of contemporary and traditional techniques,” a statement says.
A new show at RVB Arts in Rome, titled “Night Chant,” collects recent work from the artist, including pieces in oil, watercolors, and graphite. It runs through Dec. 2. See more of the artist’s recent work below.