Marcelo Pizzolo’s approach to painting defies preceding conventions yet retains painting's intrinsic goal: to introduce the artist’s internal imagery into our own space. In producing his works, Pizzolo hopes the spectator questions the artist’s thoughts rather than his techniques, which involve the use of digital software to render imagery onto sheets of linen. In using his software, Pizzolo captures a variety of energies, ranging from poetic to symbiotic to interdependent. Furthermore, Pizzolo’s digital approach relinquishes any limitations with color, as his oeuvre clearly demonstrates.
The forms he transfers onto the linen medium confidently stand on the border between the amorphic and the biomorphic. His figurative works retain the subject’s legible forms yet simultaneously evoke a complex and esoteric quality comparable to the work of the Expressionists. Contrastingly, his amorphic forms expand beyond the limits of their contours and evolve across the linen sheets, taking on meanings that eagerly enter our own realm of understanding.