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Dean Triolo

Dean Triolo Fine Art

Long Beach , CA

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From the time I was a child I have been intrigued with the patterning of light and the interaction of color. In the course of my life path I fell away from any sense of creative freedom, working from what I thought was expected of me. Through the long process of releasing an imposed belief system and replacing it with my own experiences and truths I have become able, emotionally and spiritually to access my child spirit through my adult educated mind.
I am powerfully influenced by the passionate colors of the Italian High Renaissance and the gestural freedom of Impressionism and abstract expressionism. The spirituality of the theories in these genres has also had a great impact on me.
In my work I seek to establish the intricate web between energy and the emotion of its’ rhythmic patterns. Our environment is not as it appears. All things are composed of atomic structure and there is constant movement within this structure. When I see these things, I feel the movement and pattern of this energy. I pull forth the base essence of these energies and distill them down to arrangements of light and texture, their aura. Through my art, I see beyond what is seen.
I am a voice answering, looking into and exploring a space where physics and spirit meet. There is a place where point and line intersect that creates a spiritual nexus. Like Kandinski, I feel the spiritual essence of an object and translate it into a two dimensional plane.

Our world today has become so small, there are no more frontiers. I am trying to show that there is great wonder and beauty in everything still. The frontier we seek is within us, not outside of us. I am working toward showing that there is a deep spiritual connection between us and our world.
The more externally visual a culture we become, the more important it is that there be a visual voice that speaks to the inner experience. I hope that my painting helps people go on an inward journey in their relationship to their world around them.

 

Transitions with Red and Black by Dean Triolo

 

Transitions with Blue and Magenta by Dean Triolo

 

Transitions with Yellow, Green and Blue by Dean Triolo

 

Soft Red Trust by Dean Triolo

 

Radiation with Gold Red and Brown by Dean Triolo

 

Radiation with Green Yellow and Orange by Dean Triolo

 

Radiation Grey by Dean Triolo

 

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Su Gaia by Dean Triolo

 

Radiation with Green with Yellow by Dean Triolo

 

Radiation with Brown Yellow and Voilet by Dean Triolo

 

Su Gaia Earth by Dean Triolo

 

Radiation with Black and Red by Dean Triolo

 

Green Radation with Violet by Dean Triolo

 

Radiation with Blue and Red by Dean Triolo

 

Radiation with Pink and Magenta by Dean Triolo

 

Radiation with Yellow Green and Red by Dean Triolo

 

Radiation with Brown Magenta and Violet by Dean Triolo

 

Radiation Green by Dean Triolo

 

Radiation Violet by Dean Triolo

 

Su Gaia Rain by Dean Triolo

 

Radiation Yellow by Dean Triolo

 

Radiation Red by Dean Triolo

 

Night Radiation by Dean Triolo

 

Radiation Blue by Dean Triolo

 

Transitions VII by Dean Triolo

 

Soft Brown with Black by Dean Triolo

 

Soft Black with Brown by Dean Triolo

 

Transitions III by Dean Triolo

 

Expectations Red by Dean Triolo

 

Transitions with Blue and Red by Dean Triolo

 

Transitions IX by Dean Triolo

 

Soft Grey Scale by Dean Triolo

 

Expectations Yellow by Dean Triolo

 

Transitions I by Dean Triolo

 

Another Shedding by Dean Triolo

 

My Mind on a Long Afternoon Nap by Dean Triolo

 

Transitions with Yelllow and Black by Dean Triolo

 

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untitled by Dean Triolo

 

Grandma III by Dean Triolo

 

Grandma II by Dean Triolo

 

Grandma I by Dean Triolo

 

Soft Primary by Dean Triolo

 

Sunlight Through the Trees by Dean Triolo

 

Transitions IV by Dean Triolo

 

Transitions X by Dean Triolo