Chiara Magni is a 'bright expressionist' artist from Calvagese della Riviera between Brescia and Verona in Italy.
Here is how she would describe her style: "We are not perfect, our relationships are not perfect, our bodies are not perfect, so many aspects of our life are not.
So what drives us to move forward, what drives us to get out of bed every day? What drives us to still believe in love? What drives us to work hard to achieve our dreams? The emotions! The desire to feel alive.
It doesn't matter if we ever reach what we consider to be perfect, we don't give up because the path makes us feel alive, it makes us feel emotions.
It is with this exact point of view that I approach my art and my creativity. My paintings are not realistic, they are not perfect and I don't want to be. My paintings are the representation of emotions on canvas.
I want those who observe them feel better, feel calmer, happier for a moment, smile or simply sigh "Home sweet home" while looking at one of my paintings in their living room.
I create art to shake up the viewer.
Society and the world, in general, have taught us that life can be sad, difficult and even violent, so why not try to make it a little more carefree?"