Giusy Gaetani

Giusy Gaetani
Last Name: Gaetani
First Name: Giusy
Country: Italy
City: San Benedetto del Tronto
Art Form: Painting
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Giusy Gaetani was born in Marche (Italy) where she still lives and works. After attending the high school, she graduated in Modern Literature at the University of Macerata.
From an early age she as shown her predisposition for the drawing, taking inspiration from the world of Japanese animation beyng attracted by the comics of that period.
In 2010 she joined the Scuola Adriatica del Fumetto; thanked to the school she had the opportunity to improve her technique and learn the theoretical and practical basis of cartoon manga. She studied in this school for 3 years acquiring knowledge and a consolidated experience in fact Giusy became a teacher in the laboratory "Draw your talent 3", of the same school.
Her love for art and her aspirations led her to mature a strong interest in painting, mainly developing the techniques of acrylic colors and watercolor. In 2013 she attended the studio SAET and also learned the technique of painting in oils.
Using the vintage colors her pictures show her comics training in the chosen subjects; she is in a continuous research and testing of techniques, styles and materials that are always different expressing moods and inner situations.
Her works are characterized by bright colors, the subjects are purely female or otherwise dictated by the romance of her own creativity.


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Starts: Monday, October 7th, 2013 at 8:00 PM
Ends: Saturday, October 5th, 2013 at 4:22 PM
Gershwin Hotel
7 East 27th Street
New York, United States
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