“Color is the keyboard, the eyes are the harmonies, the soul is the piano with many strings. The artist is the hand that plays, touching one key or another, to cause vibrations in the soul.” (Kandinsky)
When we do something we like, where we put all our passion, love and enthusiasm, we get in touch with an incredibile energy that turns on the stomach and the brain; there is a moment in particular, when reason and emotions melt together in a secret and protected area, called “The Zone”; it is here we can perceive the right situation, the maximum concentration and it is exactly now that the artist visualizes, creates and get stronger, feeding of his own emotional flow.
Tina Loiodice paints going along with her travel inside her and others; she plays the notes as Kandisky said, thanks to the eyes and the gazes to which she loves to dedicate most part of her works.
Women and children’s eyes full of life; faces of unknown people but also portraits of famous characters told on canvas and walls throught an incessant study.
Her artworks are pieces of showing off souls, and while you are looking at them you don’t have time to realize that you are a part of them and that you are there to leave fragments of your own life. This is the side effects of empathy where Tina plays a facilitating role.
Grit and intuition are two ingredients that makes her eclectic and scrappy in front of an easel rather than a wall. Painter, street artist, muralist; she doen’t like to be tagged.
She defines herself as unselfish, gentle and happy; her altruism is her love for her works, mildness is the lighthouse on her faces, happiness is everywhere as the memories and the strenght of communication she’s tied to.