Roberta Diazzi


Born in Modena in 1973, Roberta Diazzi graduated from the A. Venturi Art Institute in 1992 focusing on drawing and graphic design towards advertising. Since 2011, she participated to various fairs in Europe and Asia and exhibited a lot in Italy and in other countries. She won a Leone d'oro in Venice as best emerging artist by the Mazzoleni Foundation in 2017. She also received commissions by important Italian families, which were stuck by the quality of her works, such as the Ferraris, the Montezemolos and Luciano Pavarotti. Her works are part of the collection of the Princess Caroline of Monaco and the Chinese First Lady too.


Diazzi starts working with Crystals from Swarowski® specially made for her artworks, she develops her own expressive code. She creates portraits of popular icons and important stars of the animal reign which are endangered to be forgotten. Lions, jaguars, peacocks and eagles are depicted in three dimensional paintings by the use of colored crystals of different sizes made by the Austrian brand. These works can be understood as mosaics of light giving energy and power to the sparkling figures.