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Reinterpretation of a character inspired by the ancient Egyptian myths cycle of the ‘Ennead of Heliopolis’.

Latest oil on canvas by Alberto Ballocca.



Mixedmedia on canvas

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Detail of Geb. Oil and acrylics mediums render plants and natural elements.

“If nature is ethical, It provides transformation, which is the ability of fire.”

Clay-based mixedmedia sculpture by Alberto Ballocca.


‘l’Etica del Fuoco’


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Lateral view of 'L'etica del fuoco'. clay-based mixedmedia Sculpture inspired by the Natural element fire. Colored with sprays and acrylics. Here in the studio of the artist.

“Displaying ancient knowledge and natural awareness with Colonna Contemporary Gallery.”

‘Island of Pun’

On display & for sale via Colonna Contemporary Gallery – 4 Louella Ct, Wayne PA, 19087, United States.

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“The Pyramids Texts” are the earliest known corpus of ancient Egyptian religious texts. Written in hieroglyphics, the texts were carved on the underground walls and sarcophagi of the Saqqara pyramids.”

Private collection in Switzerland


‘The Pyramids Texts’

Mixedmedia on canvas

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The Pyramids Texts. Mixedmedia on canvas.

“As can be seen from inscriptions in ‘The Pyramid Texts’, Egyptians believed that clouds were his bones.”



Mixedmedia on dust-paper


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Shu Mixedmedia Artwork on paper

“The Metaphysical Canvas of a Modern Maestro: a journey through artistic evolution.”

My art and biography have been featured on Art Editorial on the last art review. (Osaka, Japan).

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Profile picture of Alberto Ballocca - Contemporary artist featured in the new art book A Like Artist, Released by Al-Tiba 9 Gallery

“This relation between my studies about ancient and archaic cultures and my art practices is similar to that between axioms and theorems.

One deduces the other, but it is not explained with words; it is perceived within the body, mind, and spirit…”

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Alberto Ballocca and Strong Spirit painting. Mixedmedia on canvas.

“Art and tourism promotes the Italian artistic panorama within tourist facilities. Two Paintings of Alberto Ballocca on hold at the air bnb luxury room in the Metropolitan City of Turin.”

‘Lost Halo’ & ‘Holograph’, Mixemedia on raw-canvases.

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Mixedmedia artworks by Alberto Ballocca, Lost Halo and Holograph. Studio view.

‘Island of Pun Project’

Every artwork comes with the full set of physical drafts used for the final compositional procedure.

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“Orama in Greek language means ‘Vision’ , Aristotles invented word physiologists to identify people that used to contemplate (envision) Nature aimed to propose and construct the first legislative forms of politics in the ancient Athens city.”


Series of five works of art through which I investigated natural powers and their relationships between humanity and the divine.

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Five artworks of Orama project in the artist' studio.

Inspired by the magical athmospheres of the place & the honorable acquisition of my work on paper ‘Kàtagma’ this last summer by Museo Materiali Minimi d’Arte Contemporanea in Via Porta Sirena 84047 – Capaccio-Paestum (SA) curated by Nuvola Lista, I made an oil version on canvas out of It, aimed to expand the process of transaction from the initial preparatory draft on paper to the approach on canvas.

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From the draft to the work on canvas or on paper.

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Details of Shu with mediums. Work on paper.

‘The Pyramids Texts’, Mixedmedia on canvas, 2022

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Studio Picture with Strong Spirit & Genius Loci. Mixedmedia on canvases