Painting is commitment. Painting is the search for solutions.
It is transforming an idea into something real.
Painting is the way to get in touch with contemporary society.
His creative process always stems from the desire to share his thought, his idea. Before approaching the canvas, Wibaa makes a long inner journey necessary to define his point of view in order to reach the public.
Then, he looks for colors, materials and style to transfer his emotions to the canvas and start a dialogue with contemporary society.
Wibaa is characterized in that each series of works is totally different from the others. He is one of the few living artists who focuses on his creative thinking and not on execution. In an unusual way, He links the latter only to the need to establish, with as few elements as possible, a lively conversation with the community.
The artist was born in Italy, Rome. He is self-taught and he approached painting by attending a course at MoMA in New York - In the Studio: Postwar Abstract Painting – He could learn about the materials, techniques, and approaches of seven New York School artists who made abstract paintings. The “New York School “including De Kooning, Newman, Pollock, Ad Reinhardt and Rothko. Wibaa began to understand what a studio means and how ideas develop by looking closely at the paintings.
Wibaa paints intuitively using a variety of tools such as brushes, spatulas, sponges, and even his hands. He prefers acrylic and oil colors, mixing them with various other liquids. He does not disdain enamels, sprays, sheaths and charcoals.