Fascinated by imperfection, Meloni attempts to incorporate incongruities and irregularity into his enigmatic paintings.
Franco Meloni, is a sardinian painter, sculptor and draftsman, whose works have been exhibited both in Italy and abroad, such as in China, the United States, Switzerland, the United Kingdom and the Netherlands. His art focuses on the manifestation of the concepts of fragmentation and imperfection. According to Meloni, being imperfect is a typical condition of every thing and person. In the works, incomplete figures or with aesthetic imperfections desired by the author are evident. The female figure is almost always the central element from which the narration of all his production starts. Meloni expresses what he feels, giving vent to his fantasies using a polyvalent pictorial and sculptural language. Some of his works are found in public and private collections.
Meloni’s sculptures express a creative sense of the wild and abandon associated with the terrestrial freedom and radiant sunlight of his island.