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Normally on Quiet Lunch we feature art that is vivid, slightly misguided, and sometimes riddled with nudity; however, we decided to switch it up a bit by selecting an artist that brings a much needed level of refinement.

Frank Caracciolo’s paintings are like stepping into a visual manifestation of your most profound thoughts. His works are everything abstract should be; thought evoking, full bodied, and always stunning. Born and bred in Brooklyn (and now based out of Montreal) Caracciolo’s veteran roots play a heavy part in his simply complex style; giving his works an understated glamor.

“Clarity” by Frank Caracciolo.

His pieces spark an ember of inspiration and to understand and appreciate abstract art is to understand what it means to truly speak volumes without saying a word. Caracciolo’s work speaks beyond what the eye can see; he provides a canvas that, to the inhibited mind, may be devout of any actual figures and forms but in essence serves as a catalyst to unlocking one’s buried psyche.

“Faith.”

“Speranza.”

Frank Caracciolo’s body of work is the epitome of seeing beyond your mind’s eye and allowing yourself to be washed away in the bliss of the simplicity; the kind of art you take in and let flow through your veins.

“Heartbreaker.”

 

About The Quiet Lunch.

The Quiet Lunch.
Quiet Lunch is a grassroot online publication that seeks to promote various aspects of life and culture with a loving, but brute, educational tinge. When we say, “Cerebral Sustenance Daily,” we mean it.

Comments (5)

  • Margaret Lategola Silverstein May 10, 2012 - 9:24 am Reply

    I had the pleasure of befriending Frank when he was a Student @ The School of Visual Arts in NYC and his passion for Painting was simply Amazing. I knew that
    some day he was going to be worthy of the Praises that were “sung” in this article.His diligent perseverance has made him the incredible Artist that he is today. CONGRATULAZIONI !!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Leonard Solicito May 10, 2012 - 8:29 am Reply

    I am artist myself and I see Frank as one of greatest painters of the future.

  • Geraldine Solicito May 10, 2012 - 8:24 am Reply

    Simply breathtaking !

  • Silvana Carbajal May 10, 2012 - 8:22 am Reply

    I am an absolute fan of Frank, I LOVE LOVE his paintings, they are stunning!

  • Bonnie Caracciolo May 9, 2012 - 8:56 pm Reply

    Truly magical; colors are vibrant and soothing simultaneously. Although the artist and I share a last name, we are not related and he didn’t pay me to make this comment! Honestly- Frank Caracciolo’s work is astoundingly good. Thank you for featuring him.

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