Dream beneath flowers. Awake in a new constellation of the soul.
Artist Marilù Eustachio
Marilù Eustachio completing the Costellazione cycle
Rome-based artist Marilù Eustachio uses painterly means to structure Maisonette 303 with her group ‘Costellazione’. After years of abstraction Eustachio has achieved a deeply personal figuration. She works mainly in ink, pastels and watercolours. Her motifs are intimate – heads, figures, still lives and flowers. The stepwise arrangement of three works invites you up to the sleeping level. Floral motifs are scattered above the bed, as if Marilù were asking ‘Who says you can’t dream by day?’
Marilù Eustachio, Floral Motif ‘Fiore diurno’ (oil and pastels)
Erich Torggler, Female Nude (drawing, ca. 1920)
Marilù Eustachio, Head ‘Testa’ (oil and pastels)