Gianpaolo Callegaro offers us a series of landscapes inspired by Venice, a city that for this artist is a stimulus to reflect on the surrounding reality to discover and then represent on the canvas some glimpses of Venetian calle, chosen perhaps among the most forgotten, but extremely fascinating especially in certain hours, such as the evening ones.
Callegaro was born in Mestre in 1946, from a young age he was passionate about art and in particular painting, a technique refined by attending the courses of Maestro Pietro Barbieri.
His painting conceals in itself a lively and nature-loving personality. He has already exhibited in collective exhibitions, also of prestige, among them Palazzo Da Mula-Murano, Comune di Mestre, Torre di Mestre, S.giustina and Museo Crepadonna in Belluno. It is part of the Morales Cultural Circle of Belluno and the association Quelli Della Macchia di Mestre.