Born and raised in Castelfranco Veneto near Venice, Italy, Dario Moschetta paints in acrylic. He’s been experimenting with various techniques - one of them involves applying several layers of paper and tearing them in a controlled manner, so as to obtain an irregular surface, like in posters of movies that you can see in the street. Those are the big city skyline in general. He also does portraits and nudes. He uses canvas roll so he feels free to work. He likes acrylics because it gives him the execution speed he needs, and can be corrected at any time. As well as brushes of medium size, he also uses spatulas, knives, sandpaper, rags, spray water, and step on the surface. Everything is instinctive, without a precise logic, when something goes well, he does not touch it anymore. The finished works are rough, irregular, uneven to the touch. In short: lived.