of perception principles theory (Arneiim)
Fondamentals schemes to determine forms and volumes
How an object or a figure arise
on background and classical perspective
Sfumato technique with pencils, charcoal
crayons and India ink brushes
Active in the field of Visual Arts since 1965, Bruno Marcelloni has held both personal and collective exhibitions in Italy and abroad and has received a number of first prizes in national competitions.
Starting in 1969 he first taught painting at the Academy of Fine Arts of Perugia and then Theory of Perception and Psychology of Form.
After graduating in Psychology, he specialised in Rogerian Therapy and has conducted Art Therapy groups for many years.
In 1963, he attended the Bernardino de Betto Art Institute in Perugia, where he fell in love with restoration and medieval art, specialising in medieval painting techniques.