Kiara likes to mix her experiences, images and feelings from her life. Aware of the darker side of everyone, she explores the many facets of human nature with delight and fascination, reproducing by all possible means the expressions of feelings in a simple look.
She accentuates our own perception of ourselves and others.
Passing from humble and sensitive emotions to somewhat troubled.
The personality of the artist, which is reflected in her work, reveals a very personal artistic temperament.

Kiara firmly believes that as an artist we have the ability to convey any message to anyone who will listen.
When she begins a new portrait, she always asks her sitter to pose an intention, this intention is hers but she soaks it in throughout the design and in turn transmits it to the general public.

She observes the world and all its complexity, analyzing in detail with the most neutrality possible.

Kiara passes on a simple but strong message to anyone who will listen, portraits that appear anonymous but reflect the deep nature of each person, no need for pronounced expressions to read them on their faces, she has learned to see all the emotional subtlety that comes with it.

In her personal life, Kiara has experienced both extremes, the most intense joy as well as the most total darkness, which has given her a beautiful and great sensitivity that she had to learn to control but also the desire to appreciate and enjoy the beauty of life, painting is undoubtedly what keeps this balance, a way to externalize this overflow of emotions.

Kiara chooses to paint reality without filters, with the apparent grain of skin, she plays with the warm and cold colors, the intensity of the shadow to the light by adding depth and intensity for a rendering all in smoothness.

Kiara practices large format hyperrealism with water mixable oil paint, working in layers and blocks, it is a real construction of the image. On a linen support and requiring between 3 and 7 layers to finalize her canvas. It takes approximately 6 to 8 weeks for a finished painting without a finishing coat.

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