It is an honor to have been asked by Romeo Varga to write an Art Review about his series “The Mystics of Montenegro”. He is an extraordinary contemporary artist who creates art with skillful Old Master art techniques using a digital artistic process.
Romeo Varga is a European-Australian artist who has created an awe-inspiring series titled “The Mystics of Montenegro”. In this oeuvre of classic feminine beauty, he portrays beguiling muses, angels, and sea goddesses in enchanting mythological vistas. Imbued with the spirit of idealized romanticism his symbolic allegorical paintings recall an innocent, simpler bygone era of human existence which he infuses with his unique contemporary narrative.
Having created art since childhood Romeo’s current choice is digital media which he applies with the same professional precision as traditional mediums used by Old Masters. His skillful compositions are created stroke by stroke, layer upon layer, with modern technology.
Romeo offers his digital paintings as original digital works of art printed on Hahnemühle German Etching Fine Art Paper. In addition to his “The Mystics of Montenegro” series he creates extraordinary portrait paintings and more subjects.
View Romeo Varga’s artwork at saatchiart.com/vargaromeo
Visit his YouTube channel to watch how his process and how he creates his breathtaking works of art using digital tools.
This Art Review was written by Renee Phillips, Director and Curator, Manhattan Arts International, and The Healing Power of ART & ARTISTS, New York, NY
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