Tiziana Monaco was born in Cosenza, where she lives and works. She started painting as a self-taught artist in 1992, and went on to study at the DAMS arts school to enrich her artistic culture. She then attended courses on engraving and jewelry techniques and on artistic stained glass, but painting always remained her favorite medium of communication. Her first exhibitions were collective shows, which allowed her to grow her style through comparison with other artists. Some of her works are now in private and public collections and in museums.
Tiziana Monaco’s painting reflects contemporary life. In a dialogue with the viewer, she expresses her emotional states on the canvas, with bold colors. Her technique is spontaneous, sincere, the fuit of a personal research, unpolluted by academic pedantry. The main character in her paintings is very often the woman, symbol and confirmation of her strong feminine individuality.
While some artists and scientists believe that seasons will disappear in the future, Tiziana Monaco is able to admire and portray the spectacle of nature, and to make us wonder at the simplicity of feelings and at the candor of emotions.