Alice Voglino, artista, arte contemporanea
Alice Voglino, painter, contemporary art
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Alice Voglino (b. 1995) graduated from the Scuola di Pittura at Accademia di Belle Arti in Verona, the city where she lives, presenting her thesis on the energy and emotions of color. 

Her first approaches to color occurred when she was a little girl, just 8 years old, and soon it became her way of communicating herself, her emotions, and her feelings.

Curious as to how people perceive themselves and the world, which for Alice is a combination of energy and matter, her works intend to bring people to harmony, using color as an attractive element, leading them to observe and listen, as if meditating. 

She prefers large paintings on various media.

She began showing her work when she was 18 years old in Innsbruck (Austria) and since then has exhibited in a number of galleries in Italy (Genoa, Piacenza, Mantua, Verona).

She has worked with a number of companies: in 2014, Fondazione Masi in Verona chose one of her paintings to create a decorative fabric by La Fabbrica Lenta di Bonotto S.p.A.; in 2017 Nico Lazaridi Winery, a Greek vineyard, acquired two of her paintings to be reproduced on different wine labels; in 2018 she participated in the event Exhibition1.0, created for the Terziario Donna 2018 prize, where Confcommercio Terziario Donna Verona promoted young emerging artists as new businesses in the area.

She lives and works in Verona (Italy).

DOWNLOAD PORTFOLIO: Alice Voglino _Portfolio 2019



My sensitivity leads me to observe my surroundings with curiosity and to live it through myself.

People and their relationships with the world, interest me. With people, I mean groups of material and energy, of thoughts and emotions. I look at them and study them, through them I understand myself and what I can be on this Earth.

That is why I have concentrated my artistic research on the perception of reality, communicating the essence of things through my art, attempting to communicate energy, harmony and beauty.

Color is my vehicle for expression, on any media. Its clarity and body allow me to describe my feelings, which become material. The invisible that becomes visible.

Voglino’s painting combines reason and sentiment, and she pours on to canvass her incredible creative urgency, taking strength from the choice of combining vivacious, material colors with ideal, instinctive images. In my opinion, Alice Voglino must be recognized for her extraordinary ability to transport her audience to another world, a world where the artist’s words and desires are the most intimate “expression of life”. – Camilla Compagni, Curator


In Alice Voglino’s works, colors flow in the tide of expressive urgency, a type of trauma that tends to create relief maps, with an inclination both material and satellite. The beholder is bound to a land and is invited to decipher the chromatic codes, the reliefs and the abysses. Topography becomes phantasmagorical space that, more than describing boundaries traces the infinite repetition of a non-geometric shape. It is like having a diviner’s stick, discovering water springs, one at a time. – Elena Colombo, Art Critic


Alice Voglino’s work is undoubtedly original, and has a very rare feature: communicate the meaning of life elevated by the joyfulness of light, the multitude of colours, the fragrance of perfumes, feeling the sun and the wind on our skin, the energy and harmony given by nature. Each work expresses Alice’s sensitivity, a person in love with the beauty around her and which inspires her. The artist adds her touch of her perception of creation: the joy of beauty. A constant element in her work, which is normally on canvas using various materials, is her way of decomposing light and the dynamic narrative we perceive. Alice’s art is not just to be looked at but to be experienced. – Vera Meneguzzo, Art Critic

Although quite young, Alice Voglino has a substantial, interesting résumé of exhibitions, and her free, fresh, immediate expression has grabbed the attention of the most severe qualified critics, enthusiasts, and collectors. Justly, we can affirm that our artist’s pictorial world revolves around shape and color, and that, above all, for Alice color is an effective tool for communication, an extraordinarily universal language for the expression of voice, emotions and sentiments. In her current expression, we find explicit references to Lyrical Abstractism, to Arte Informale and Arte Povera, but Voglino is free from any cubbyholing, thanks to her innate, instinctive sense of color, her liberty and creative ingenuity, her unbridled desire to find herself and to be found in painting, a magical path capable of bequeathing strength and harmony. – Luciano Carini, Art Critic