Jeni Spota

About

Artist Jeni Spota’s small, impasto paintings are as much about spirituality and reverie as they are about the Italian Renaissance paintings to which they refer—by way of a scene from Pier Paolo Pasolini’s film The Decameron (1971). Inspired by the composition of a dream sequence by the character named Giotto in The Decameron, Spota consistently uses this formal device in her paintings.

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