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About This Artwork
San Blas Islands, Guna Yala Reserve (Panama)
A boat, a palm tree. All around, the infinity. To be precise, this is not just any boat, it's not the usual palm. This means survival to the quirks of Fate, to wind and hunger. There is a small Guna Yala family living on this small island, they are native of the Central American Atlantic. The boat is everything to them. They can fish, so they eat. They can sleep under it, when there is a storm. They overturn it and use it as a hut. When it rains, it fills with water, so they can drink. They paint their faces with the color that they extract from the palm. They are open and positive people. There is only to be learned from the sovereigns of this island.
About The Medium
Fabio’s art, a mix between new pop art and fine art photography, is the result of his continuous quest to find those supernatural colors that he perceives when looking at the world. A mix of dancing creatures of light in red, green, and blue; magnificent colors always changing, always moving and sparkling as if they had a life of their own. To capture them, Dal Boni uses a new art medium that mixes photography, drawing and paint, and experiments with different old-school and digital instruments.
His hyperrealism, realized on aluminum, takes on a magical luminescence and an incredible 3-D effect with stunning details.
An aluminum rail rectangle on the back makes hanging the artwork easy and safe.