Welcome to Massimo Meda Art Gallery on 25 North Pineapple Avenue next to the Opera House. If you haven’t seen it yet, you’re missing the most unique visionary art.
Massimo Meda is widely known as the “pianist-painter” being both a professional pianist and artist. He has one gallery in Milan and one in Santa Margherita – Portofino, in Italy, where he lives; two galleries in China, and this past May he opened his first gallery in the USA, here in downtown Sarasota.
Massimo Meda is the inventor of Tridimensionalismo – all his amazing paintings are 3D and fluorescent. To create the 3D effect, Massimo makes his own colors and paints in layers. It is a new type of paint created over more than 30 years of study and technical development. Massimo makes it the way old masters did with pure pigments and color powder that he mixes with his own emulsions. He selects his own pigments around the world – they are of superior quality, his emulsions even more so. Massimo uses color build-ups which he molds, shaping flowers, trees, corals, fish, waves, clouds, the moon. The effect is stunning.
Massimo Meda is also a sculptor and can transform your interior design with concrete Medablocks. Massimo’s 3D effect pervades Medablocks, too, which he carves with relieves inspired by a geometric vision of nature. Grandiose works can be accomplished with this artistic, hand-made, heavy, indestructible blocks from design creations, to pillars, fire-places, fountains, estates’ outside walls and villas’ or sky-rises’ outside decorations.
Massimo creates also with stainless steel. As with his Tridimensionalismo, he uses symbols and ideograms and writes his thoughts with melted steel on slabs that he welds himself. With his decorative writing he makes luxury residences and yachts.
“Mind Blowing!! It took my breath away.” – Giuliana B.
“Amazing!!! So happy to have you in SRQ…” – Chiara Roveggia, Stefania Iacovella Orofino
“Enlightening pieces, great fun. Welcome to Sarasota.” – Wayne and Rebecca Vert, Siesta Key
25 North Pineapple Avenue
(It is located in the same block as Opera House, facing 5 Points Park)