Francesco Parimbelli was born in Bergamo in 1961 where he lives and works.
In the early years of his activity he worked mainly on commission as a portraitist; he then broadened the field of his research: themes related to man and nature, marked by a spiritual imprint, are investigated through memory, symbol, myth.
He particularly favors the practice of drawing.
Among the personal exhibitions:
2012 "Guests", Ceribelli Gallery, Bergamo
2014-2015 “From the deep waters”, Adriano Bernareggi diocesan museum, Bergamo
2015 “Piccolo Zoo”, ARS art + books, Bergamo
2016 “Fear and faith”, S. Lorenzo minor church in Redona, Bergamo
2018 "Landscapes of water and ash", Monastery of Santa Maria del Lavello, Calolziocorte (Lecco)
2020 "And in other places" Virgilio Carbonari exhibition hall, Palazzo Comunale Seriate (BG)
To learn more about Francesco Parimbelli, you can read the Story of the Artist.