Alice’s Portraits of Her Alter Ego and Her Rabbit.
Alice d’Apolito is an Italian illustrator, animator, and oil painter who lives, works, and studies the Japanese language in Leeds. In her paintings, she creates a new image of herself every time, embracing the idea that creation is a process that never ends. Most of her works are autobiographical, describing feelings, dreams, childhood memories, and concepts inspired by current affairs. She tried to connect her real world with her oneiric one by giving substance to her dreams and representing memories long gone. Inspired by Japanese culture and surrealistic paintings she creates her work using oil paint on wood panels.
Join us in a conversation with the artist, Alice d’Apolito. Alice is an Italian artist who makes portraits inspired by Japanese culture. Alice’s portraits represent her alter-ego with her childhood pet rabbit, Fulmine. As you browse through her work, you will see a new image of herself every time. Her works are clean with vivid colors, and big pale faces. Read the full interview to know more about the artist.
1. Alice, could you elaborate a bit about your artwork for our readers?
2. So you are an Italian illustrator living in the UK who makes Art inspired by Japanese culture. I am curious to know how you started on this journey.
3. Alice who is the ‘girl’ in your paintings? Is she your muse?
4. If you could share one of your biggest artistic dreams with us, what would it be?
5. What is the best advice you have received that you would want to share with our readers?
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