In the painting of Dina Cangi, painter from Arezzo, there is; a space of vision, in which imagination and nature live together with great balance, opening the way to a creative action free and intense.
The aesthetic path of the artist that the former critical examinations have presented in her evolution with great accuracy, has led us to the matrix of her language to research in the influence of the umbran school particulary of the post informal generation.
The plastic signs of emblematic compositive figures acquire another value after the first years of accurate apprenticeship, a look to the classical tradition about the "archetypal" offered by a fascinating ,territory, another look to the collateral phenomena that lead to a fervid rigor. The problem of the object comes from the fundamental matter of spacial order, a vegetal form, a figure coming from everyday life full of the humours of use. The dimension of Dina Cangi's painting is in this sense an explanation of the process of growing up of figurative entities - that can also become symbols - in the body itself of the matter, as an immediate need of deeply penetrating in the intimacy of thing. So Dina Cangi has worked on the double level of separation and focalization of the natural object, distorting the basic elements and playing on different levels, in a sensible spatiality. The dialectic continuity of her work supposes cultural coherence and exciting creativity, like her glittering thickly laid on colours, lit up by golden and baroque ... inspirations suppose a precise literary intention in composing every single theme never left to instinct alone. The relationship between the artist and the environment starts from a deep objective analysis and then reaches the lyrical assumption and the dramatic tension of a work ended with the expression of the promoting idea.
This is surely an identification with the problem of the origin, declining the substance of the object in the process of interpreting the image, a condition necessary for Dina Cangi who penetrates with great skill the organic unity itself of matter in order to bring it back visibly on the canvas with strong and resolute expressivity.