A painter of limitless imagination
Among the most remarkable qualities of Aldo Parisot as a painter -- besides his prodigious output over nearly fifty years -- is his ability to completely reinvent and refresh his style. All his work is no doubt influenced by the color and vitality of his native Brazil, and over the years he has moved effortlessly from figurative to decorative to abstract styles. Fascinated by texture as well as color, he has explored various media ranging from acrylic on canvas to three-dimensional collages, from markers on paper to paintings on objects such as doors, guitars, violins, cellos, and even kitchen cabinets.
Aldo Parisot's paintings have been exhibited in galleries and concert halls in New York City, Connecticut, Florida, Poland, Brazil, and Korea.