Aldo Luongo

 
Bar en Sonoma

Bar en Sonoma

Enhanced Giclée on paper

Image Size 33 x 25

The Good times

The Good Times

Enhanced Giclée on paper

Image Size 33 x 25

Espresso & GrappaEspresso & Grappa

Espresso & Grappa

Giclee on Canvas
Image Size 25 x 29
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Another Saturday Night

Enhanced Giclée on paper

Image Size 26 x 31

Billiards

Billiards

Enhanced Giclée on paper

Image Size 33 x 25

twofaces

2 Faces of the Hawk

Enhanced Giclée on paper

Image Size 29 1/2 x 23 1/2

Smoke Bar II

Smoke Bar II

Enhanced Giclée on paper

Image Size 25 x 33

Island Days

Island Days

Enhanced Giclée on paper

Image Size 30 x 30

Harvest

Harvest

Enhanced Giclée on paper

Image Size 26 x 34

 
Tango en Passion

Tango En Passion

Enhanced Giclée on paper

Image Size 34 x 25

Bar en Sonoma

Evening at the Ritz

Enhanced Giclée on paper

Image Size 35 x 22

Cool

Cool

Small Proof on Paper

Image Size 12 x 16

Giclee

Amber Light

Enhanced Giclée on paper

Image Size 25 x 33

The Hawk and Friends

The Hawk and Friends

Enhanced Giclée on paper

Image Size 25 x 34

A glass at the chateau

A Glass of Wine at the Chateau

Enhanced Giclée on paper

Image Size 25 x 33

 

Aldo Luongo, Whether he is portraying a romantic enclave, a frenzied sporting event, or a richly textured landscape, central to all of Luongo's paintings is the balance between memory and hope, sorrow and humor, freedom and control. These dynamics are clearly seen in his figurative works, especially those portraying the "Hawk" his archetypal character spun from the memory of his father and Luongo's discovery of his future self. Luongo's paintings are thus as amalgam of moods, tones, explorations of times remembered and days to come. Each of Aldo Luongo's paintings capture more than just the viewers gaze, they echo the emotions of experiences of life lived to the fullest.

 

Portrait

"I attack a canvas like I play soccer ≠ with vigor. Soccer is my counterpoint to painting. While painting, Iím confined, lonely, enmeshed in emotions and self-doubt. Then comes the sweat and focus of a really good game and I feel whole again. Life is a matter of balance". Aldo Luongo

Artistic

Artistic

Enhanced Giclée on paper

Image Size 33 x 25

Aldo Luongo

Liguria

Enhanced Giclée on paper
Image Size 25 x 33

"From the day I was born everyone seemed to have an idea of what I should be. My father wanted me to be a businessman and professional soccer player, same as he. My mother wanted me to become a concert pianist, and my favorite uncle wanted me to become a painter. Funny how life unfolds".

Aldo Luongo, Whether he is portraying a romantic enclave, a frenzied sporting event, or a richly textured landscape, central to all of Luongo's paintings is the balance between memory and hope, sorrow and humor, freedom and control. These dynamics are clearly seen in his figurative works, especially those portraying the "Hawk" his archetypal character spun from the memory of his father and Luongo's discovery of his future self. Luongo's paintings are thus as amalgam of moods, tones, explorations of times remembered and days to come. Each of Aldo Luongo's paintings capture more than just the viewers gaze, they echo the emotions of experiences of life lived to the fullest.

 

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