Fernando Rossia

                     
 

 

 

Video of Fernando

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When the Words are Lost

Acrylic on Canvas
Image Size 39 x 39
280077

Immolation of the Goddess

Acrylic on Canvas
Image Size 39 x 39
The Ambassadors Fear a Plot

The Ambassadors Fear a Plot

Acrylic on Canvas
Image Size 39 x 39
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The Audacious Jump

Acrylic on Canvas
Image Size 39 x 39
Odalesque

Odalisque

Acrylic on Canvas
Image Size 15 x 20
queen of Spain

Long Live the Queen

Oil on Canvas

Image Size 20 x 20

Time for bed

Time for Bed

Oil on Canvas

Image Size 16 x 20

¨Mr. Menendez taking photos of the dead one¨

¨Mr. Menendez taking photos of the dead one¨

Acrylic on Canvas

Image Size 16 x 20

Animales en Blues #1

Animales en Blues #1

Acrylic on Board

Image Size 10 x 14

bowler

Bowler

Oil on Canvas

Image Size 16 x 20

Nude in Profile

Nude in Profile

Oil on Canvas

Image Size 16 x 20

¨Mr. Menendez doing business with Abraham´s brothers¨

¨Mr. Menendez doing business with Abraham´s brothers¨

Acrylic on Canvas

Image Size 16 x 20

Animales en Blues #2

Animales en Blues #2

Acrylic on Board

Image Size 10 x 14

 

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Mr. Rossia was born in Rosario, Argentina. He has completed four of a five-year course for a Bachelor of Arts, with a major in painting, at the School of Humanities of the University of Rosario. He has also completed courses in cinema, video and television production. He has produced and collaborated in the production of short films utilizing clay animation, cartoons, puppets, and actors. Many of these were shown in festivals and on television channels in Buenos Aires. Mr. Rossia has also worked as an illustrator for current events magazines, Internet publications, and covers for comic books. Mr. Rossia has also participated in community activities like puppeteering for the City of Rosario. He has also worked as a graphic journalist for producers of the television program "Half-Crazies" (Medios Locos), and some of his paintings were selected as scenery for the television program "The Illicit Association" (Asociacion Ilicita), both of the Argentine national television channel (ATC). His work has been exhibited in various expositions in Rosario and Buenos Aires. He has several works currently on exhibit at the University of the Latin American Education Center of Rosario and in churches in Greater Rosario, as well as in private collections. Mr. Rossia is interested in illustration for magazines and is currently painting.

Fernando Rossia Nacio en 1972, en Rosario, Argentina. Estudio Licenciatura en Artes, en la cual fue asistente de la especialidad de pintura en la Universidad de Humanidades. Realizo tambien estudios en cine, video y television. Produjo y colaboro en cortometrajes en clay-animation, dibujos animados, titeres y actores. Muchos de los cuales fueron mostrados en festivales y canales de television.. Trabajo como ilustrador en revistas de actualidad y portadas de comics. Participo en actividades sociales como titiritero en la ciudad de Rosario. Trabajo como cronista grafico en productoras de television y sus pinturas fueron seleccionadas para escenografias de programas en Buenos Aires. Realizo numerosas exposiciones en Rosario y tambien en Buenos Aires. Muchas de sus obras se encuentran en exposicion vigentes y en colecciones privadas. Actualmente se dedica exclusivamente a la ilustracion para revistas y realizacion de cuadros.

 
 

Part of the Animals in the Twilight of Existence Series

  

Ox   

Buey

Oil on Board

Image Size 13 x 9

horse

Caballo  

   Horse

Oil on Board
Image Size 13 x 9
ox

Dying Ox

Buey Muerto

Oil on Board
Image Size 34 x 27
 

Animales en el ocaso Pienso en los cuerpos de estos animales como contenedores de una vida que se va como la arena con el viento. Un enorme esqueleto, una grotesca armadura para luchar contra lo inevitable. E1 final de la vida. E1 ocaso de sus vidas parece 11egar y el tiempo queda suspendido en donde los animales intentan transportar sus existencias por medio de sus miradas en el memoria del observador. Como la ultima fotografia de un condenado a muerte. Ya no hay sonido, solo imagen. Una imagen muda en donde el dolor quedara como recuerdo en la memoria del que se atreva a recordar.

Animals in the twilight of existence I think of the bodies of these animals as containers of a life that dissipates like dust in the wind. An enormous skeleton, a grotesque armor for fighting against the inevitable: the end of life. The twilight of their lives seems to have arrived, and the time is suspended in witch these animals try to transport their existence as images into the memory of those who view the paintings. It is similar to the last photograph of one condemned to die. In this moment there is no more sound, only image. It is a mute image, in which the last pain of life were like a gift to the memory of anyone who would dare to remember.

 

 
Rossia

El Sr. Menendez Ve Posar su Vid

Acrylic on Board

Image Size 10 x 20

Rossia

Los Amigos Del Callejoñ

Acrylic on Board

Image Size 10 x 20

 
 

Historia del Sr. Menendez. El Sr. Menendez es una enorme masa de dolor y culpa. Anos atras mato a su hermano por una mujer y dinero. En su interior tal vez habite un nene con ganas de jugar y de crecer pero en su mundo ya no encuentra nuevos amigos. A pesar de ahorrar dinero vive de forma miserable. Tal vez sea una forma mas de sentir culpa. E!S dueno de un bar en donde se encuentra mala bebida y mujeres con pasado. Todos los dias sospecha que la muerte va a venir a buscarlo. Todos los dias piensa que ese va a ser su ultimo d~a. Hasta que un dia alguien rompio la vidriera de su local. Era un indicio de que ya habia llegado la hora. Los hermanitos Hirtsh hablan sido contratado por su hermano anos atras. Ya no hay plegarias que valgan cuando la muerte se presenta. Asa lo sintio el Sr. Menendez al querer tomar un atajo por el callejon. La muerte tiene rostro de los Hermanitos Hirtsh y el brillo de un punal. Ni los amigos de su vodevil lograron salvarlo. A1 final E1 Sr. Menendez tuvo la cruel caricia del asfalto y la tibia sangre que lo abandonaba.

The story of Mr. Menendez. Mr. Menendez is an enormous mass of guilt and pain. Years before, he had murdered his brother for money and for a woman. Inside him perhaps lives a child wanting to play and to grow, but in his current world there are no new playmates to be found. In spite of amassing a lot of money, he lives in misery. This is perhaps one of the greatest forms of experiencing guilt. He is the owner of a bar where one finds bad booze and women with a past. Each day he suspects that Death will come looking for him. He thinks that each day will be his last. Then one day someone broke the front window in his bar. It seemed that his time had come. The Hirtsh brothers had put out a contract on Menendez years before for the death of his brother. There were no bargains to be struck when death presented itself. He felt that one night when he wanted to take a shortcut through a dark alley. For him, Death always wore the face of the Hirtsh brothers and the shine from the blade of a stiletto. Not even his vaudeville friends could save him then. The end of Mr. Menendez was the cruel caress of the asphalt and the warm blood that was leaving him.

 
  

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