Weekdays: 10am-4pm
Weekends: 11am-4pm
DONATE
BECOME A MEMBER/LOGIN

Cristina Rivera Lucioni

Cristina Rivera Lucioni

I am a full-time Melbourne artist who was mentored by the late Australian artist, Mr. Dudley Drew over many years.

My preferred mediums are oil paints and pastels. Oils allow me to push and pull the paint to its limits, and the multi-layering aspect of the creative process, that leads the painting to take the form intended, is intensely satisfying. This flexibility provides endless learning possibilities. Pastel medium is less forgiving but beautiful just the same. 

I am fascinated by the delicate dance of light and shade that can be choreographed by colour and tone. Through this journey, I continue to seek inspiration from subjects that evoke emotion and art that pokes my memory. Storytelling is an integral part of my work.

My early fascination with the works of the masters of Romanticism, John Constable, and Karl Friedrich, coupled with my admiration for realism, have led me to a contemporary romantic style.


Naturally, there are many artists past and present and of various Disciplines from whom I draw ongoing inspiration, artists such as; El Greco, Velazquez, Dudley Drew, Margaret Ollie, Arthur Streeton, Margaret Preston, Sidney Nolan, Carlos Catasse, Camilo Mori, Marie Bracquemond, Elisabeth Vigee Le Brun, Ariane Beigneux and an array of others, well known or not.

I am a member of the Victorian Artists Society. I have exhibited work in various art shows and my artwork is represented in various private collections.

Formal Education

·       Bachelor of Nursing

·       Postgraduate in Education

·       Postgraduate in Gerontology

·        Master of Nursing Research

My formal education is part of a 20-year career in clinical, health management, and tertiary education where I encountered incredible experiences with people at their most vulnerable stages in their human journey. As a new full-time artist, I now draw upon those experiences in my creative endeavor to be a successful visual storyteller.

 

Art Exhibitions

·       Moonee Valley Art Show 2021

·       Camberwell art show 2022

·       ‘Portrait’ International Juried Art Competition

       Art show international Gallery
       May 2022  (prize winner)

·       ‘Colour’ International Juried Art Competition

       Art show international Gallery
       April 2022  (prize winner)

·       ‘ANIMAL’ International Juried Art Competition

       Art show international Gallery (prize winner)
       April 2022

·       Bendigo Art Show 2022

·       Portland Art Show 2022

·       Warrandyte Art show 2022

·       Yea Art Show 2022

·       Victor Harbor Art Show 2022

·       ‘Little Treasures’ VAS Online Exhibition 2021

·       ‘Art Alive’ VAS Online Exhibition 2021

·       Knox Art Show 2021

·       ‘Nature’s Way’ VAS Online Exhibition 2021

·       Kinglake Art Show 2021

·       ‘A Quiet Life’ Victorian Artists Society Art Exhibition 2021

·       Moonee Valley Art Show 2021

·       Kernart Prize 2021

·       Bendigo Art Show 2021

·       Flemington Art Show 2021

·       Mornington Art Show 2021

·       Victor Harbor Art Show 2021

·       ‘A quiet Life’ Online Exhibition VAS 2020

·       Camberwell Art Show 2018

·       Whitehorse Art Show 2017

·       Portland Art Show 2017

·       Hobsons Bay Art Show 2017

·       Moonee Valley Art Show 2017


Works by Cristina Rivera Lucioni

Goddess Masquerade Ball, Athena
Cristina Rivera Lucioni
90cm (W) x 120cm (H) x 3cm (D)
Oil on Linen
$ 3,800.00
Roses and Blue Vase
Cristina Rivera Lucioni
61cm (W) x 51cm (H) x 1cm (D)
Oil on board
$ 800.00
Aireys Inlet Morning Light
Cristina Rivera Lucioni
122cm (W) x 91.5cm (H) x 4cm (D)
Oil on Canvas

Not for sale
Spanish Dancer
Cristina Rivera Lucioni
50cm (W) x 76cm (H) x 0.3cm (D)
Oil on board

Not for sale
Pears
Cristina Rivera Lucioni
76cm (W) x 50cm (H) x 5cm (D)
Oil on Canvas
$ 800.00
Flamenco Dancer
Cristina Rivera Lucioni
37cm (W) x 50cm (H) x 0.3cm (D)
Oil on board

Not for sale
SEE MORE VAS ARTISTS

Acknowledgment of traditional owners.

We would like to pay our respects to the traditional owners of the land on which our building stands, their leaders, past, present and emerging.