“Still Life with Flowers” by Marcello Luzi
“Still Life with Flowers” by Marcello Luzi. Oil on canvas, signed lower right.
Orange, yellow and blue illuminate this still-life calling attention to the two vases of flowers, an empty vase and a small bowl of fruit. A light background gives the objects have a three-dimensional feel created by the bold brushstrokes which bring each entity to life on the canvas.
Landscapes, in all of their diversity, and intimate still-life paintings are the common denominator for this multi-talented artist and interior designer. When not engaged in a sophisticated design project, Marcello enjoys taking time off with his brushes and canvas. He has created several exquisite oil color pieces, some of which are available for sale on this site.
Marcello Luzi is a graduate of the Interior Design department of the Art Institute of Philadelphia following undergraduate study in Finance and Interior Design at Drexel University. He has lived in Italy and studied interior design and the history of architecture in France and Italy. In addition to his design work he also provides financial oversight for the firm as its Managing Principal. He is certified under the National Council for Interior Design Qualifications (NCIDQ); he also has helped write exam questions and acted as NCIDQ exam chairman. After serving as chapter treasurer and president for the American Society of Interior Designers (ASID) Pennsylvania East Chapter, he was a national spokesman for ASID and has co-chaired its Industry Advisory Council and chaired its Small Business Council. Mr. Luzi has served on the advisory board of the Interior Design Department at the Art Institute of Philadelphia, on the board of the Interior Design Legislative Coalition of Pennsylvania and has also taught and undergraduate and graduate course in Interior Design at Drexel University. He is an active member of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and the Philadelphia Athenaeum and works extensively with many charities, including the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society of Eastern Pennsylvania, doing pro-bono design work and fundraising.
Framed size: 12″ wide x 15″ high