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Ronnie Genotti
Digitally Represented Artist
Agora Gallery
530 West 25th StreetNew York,NY
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  • Library, Breathing
Acrylic on Canvas
30" x 30" 

    Library, Breathing

    Acrylic on Canvas
    30" x 30"
  • Cold Spring
Pastel on Paper
24" x 18" 

    Cold Spring

    Pastel on Paper
    24" x 18"
  • Hermano
Oil on Canvas
72" x 60" 

    Hermano

    Oil on Canvas
    72" x 60"
  • Monroe Harvest  (CT study)
Pastel on Paper
24" x 18" 

    Monroe Harvest
    (CT study)

    Pastel on Paper
    24" x 18"
  • Pinnacles
Pastel on Paper
24" x 18" 

    Pinnacles

    Pastel on Paper
    24" x 18"
  • Santa Cruz
Pastel on Paper
24" x 18" 

    Santa Cruz

    Pastel on Paper
    24" x 18"
  • Sealorn  (CT Study)
Pastel on Paper
24" x 18" 

    Sealorn
    (CT Study)

    Pastel on Paper
    24" x 18"
  • Summer
Pastel on Paper
18" x 24" 

    Summer

    Pastel on Paper
    18" x 24"
  • Summer  (CT Study)
Pastel on Paper
24" x 18" 

    Summer
    (CT Study)

    Pastel on Paper
    24" x 18"
  • Sunset  (Frozen Joan)
Oil on Canvas
48" x 36" 

    Sunset
    (Frozen Joan)

    Oil on Canvas
    48" x 36"
  • Tangle  (Study)
Pastel on Paper
18" x 24" 

    Tangle
    (Study)

    Pastel on Paper
    18" x 24"
  • Tangle 2  (Study)
Pastel on Paper
18" x 24" 

    Tangle 2
    (Study)

    Pastel on Paper
    18" x 24"
  • There Were No Ducks On Duck Lake
Oil on Canvas
36" x 48" 

    There Were No Ducks On Duck Lake

    Oil on Canvas
    36" x 48"
  • Water Flat
Pastel on Paper
18" x 24" 

    Water Flat

    Pastel on Paper
    18" x 24"
  • William, Frozen But Thawing
Oil on Canvas
72" x 60" 

    William, Frozen But Thawing

    Oil on Canvas
    72" x 60"
  • You Tangle My Emotions
Oil on Canvas
48" x 72" 

    You Tangle My Emotions

    Oil on Canvas
    48" x 72"
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Ronnie Genotti

Ronnie Genotti draws from his experiences growing up queer in Detroit, Michigan in the 1970s, creating work that draws on universal themes such as religion, bullying, and the impact of AIDS on his community. While this has greatly influenced his work, his work is intentionally abstract in order to create more archetypal experiences for viewers; through universal motifs, he hopes his viewers find their own meaning within his body of work.

The San Francisco, California based artist creates abstract pieces with a variety of materials including pastels, oils, and acrylics. Using a variety of techniques to create movement and energy, Genotti puts a strong emphasis on color, line, and tone. His technical process is as important to him as the resulting narrative. His work was recently featured in the Kips Bay Decorator Show House, and in Dwell and Luxe magazines. His work has been acquired by hotels and private collectors in the US.