Yesterday I had the pleasure to jump on the early train and head off to Treviso with my boy. We arrived in the morning and sat in the only open bar, having breakfast and enjoying the autumn sun rays.
In the afternoon, after having filled our stomachs with sushi and wine, we met some friends, went in a bar and drunk some beers.
At almost 6pm we went to Museo Santa Caterina, were there was taking place an exhibition which I was dying to go to.
There were various Impressionists painters, who I love.
Vincent van Gogh
In this exhibition there are also several modern artists which realized their paintings from 1955 to the most recent days.
Pier Luigi Lavagnino – http://www.studiodartedellauro.it/images/pdfCATALOGHI/LAVAGNINO.pdf
Gianfranco Ferroni – http://www.capitoliumart.it/artista/ferroni-gianfranco-1927-2001/7289
Piero Ruggeri – http://www.capitoliumart.it/artista/ruggeri-piero-1930-2009/8150
Tired and after having drunk a couple of coffees, we bought our tickets back, sat on the train. Talked about the artistic experience and about life in general, while the weak sun set rays was slowly coloring our faces with black shades.