With just ink and subway maps Enrico pairs the hustle and energy of commuting life with the vast, complex spaces of the underground transportation system. His drawings and watercolors are always done with the great speed that he finds parallels the rapid lifestyle of city life. His aim for his work is to reflect the vibrant humanity of the subway—the racket, the noise, the smells—as well as its architecture, in a way that brings them together, pulsating and brimming with life.
Enrico uses simple and common art materials when he works because there is beauty in the basics. All too often, New Yorkers miss the wonder of the simple, common experience because we are too immersed in the momentum of the metropolis. Enrico's work and his philosophy help people appreciate that which we all have around us. This helps him to incorporate all the elements of art that have thrilled him from the time he was a boy.
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