Luna al tramonto. A metaphysical painting, a dying moon, and brightly colored shapes that rise. The eternal alternation of light and dark. The moon is the queen of the night, but also of the colorless reality and the day that rules over a world of colored shapes. As usual, the artist does not set limits, he does not decide what the form he paints should be, and he leaves the freedom of interpretation, it is his “whim”, but at the same time it is the merit of those who know how to play with colors, knowing that in each of us, there is a sort of “interpreter of reality” that makes us unique and consequently also free to interpret what our eyes see, but our mind decodes.