Beatrice Palazzetti born in Viterbo (Italy), actually lives and works in Rome. Painter, engraver and sculptress, she began her artistic activity following the guide of the professors of the Academy of Arts of Rome. She started studying graphic arts at the “Scuola libera del nudo”, concentrating particularly on xylography, with Professor A. Kritsotaki. She attended the School of Art “N. Zabaglia” of Rome, where she improved and went deep in pictorial arts. In 1990 she starts doing the first “all-female” gro Read Moreup exhibitions, and she then continues with her own exhibitions, both nation-wide and international ones, where she receives many different recognitions. Her works can be found in both Italian and foreign collections and institutions, in prestigious catalogues and within many websites. Her name and her works are on the engraving file of the “Ancient and Modern Engraving Study” of the Bagnacavallo Municipality (Italy); she is a member of the National Association Italian Engravers of Vigonza (Italy) and of the Italian Association Ex-libris. She worked together with the musician C.Maresca in pluri-artistic exhibitions and she also collaborated with the publishing house Sovera for the realization of the cover of some books. From 2000 she made public her artistic and expressive path, as far as also both poetry and sculpture are concerned, by working with various materials (stone, wood, metals and plexiglass). Recently she devoted herself to small works of fusion (bronze and silver).
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