< Arybbì


I started working as an artist 4 years ago (March 2020) deciding to quit my job as a designer for Valentino, and rediscover my entirely creative side. Today my work is also the best part of me I am grateful for it every day. I graduated from the Academy of fine Arts and I specialized in acrylic painting, but I am in continuous experimentation and research. On 6th October 2021 my first Solo exhibition “Art has not Limits” was held in my city, Naples. Among my most significant Solo exhibitions, the one in the historic Castel del’Ovo and in the historic Church of San Domenico Maggiore in Naples in 2023.


“Behind Acrylic” Solo Exhibition Naples, Italy October 2023
“UNCHAINED” Solo Exhibition- Naples, Italy May-June 2023
“Portals” Solo Exhibition Naples, Italy December 2022
“Plasticity” Group Exhibition Galeria AZUR, Madrid, Spain February 2022
“Art has no limits” Solo Exhibition- Naples, Italy 06/10/21

Stafford International – Intensive English Course, San Francisco CA

UAL University of the Arts London: Central Saint Martin – Collection Design course, London UK

ILAS Design and Communication High School – Adobe in Photoshop level 1-2 Adobe in Illustrator level 2, Naples, Italy

Academy of Fine Arts- Bachelor of Arts: Fashion Design, Naples

Jeunesse Dance School – Contemporary Dancer Qualification, Naples

VALENTINO GARAVANI- Designer – Rome,Italy


“I like to describe myself as a free person and I think that being an artist is the best way to feel free”.

I love experimenting in the combination of innovative and classic techniques, aiming at the originality that distinguishes my paintings. My work is strongly inspired by nature and dance. As a past of 15 years like dancer, I combine art with dance, not only in her way of painting but by creating connections and collaborations with dancers from all over the world. This is why my works, deliberately dynamic and three-dimensional, invite the viewer on a journey inside and outside of himself, which opens up to a world of infinite possibilities. Each work, reflecting the artist’s emotions, recalls a continuously evolving natural flow.

Being an artist is the most natural thing I could do. It’s not just a job, but the real awareness of who I am. Being an artist today for me means having no filters with oneself and with the world, and this is what I choose to be every day.