Selwyn Senatori, Dutch Neo-pop Artists

Selwyn Senatori, Dutch Neo-pop Artists
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Selwyn Senatori is a popular Dutch Neo-pop Artist. He paints about what inspires him in his life: La Dolce Vita. La Dolce Vita means good food, wine, Italy, music, movies, women and design. His work reflects his Italian background and spontaneous life style.

His unique and modern style is a international success. Because of the variety in clients and the many exhibitions his work is very versatile. He mainly works with acrylic paint on linen. However, without a doubt you may also catch Selwyn using other medians such as chalk, pencils and spray cans creating art on every and any surface possible. Selwyn goes to work in either his studio/ gallery, Downtown 75, in the center of the city in Amsterdam.

Michelle Maslanka | Elite.

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