Through his works, Raphael Mazzucco has left a thrilled and provocative colophon on the fine arts community. His latest release, “The Iceland Collection’ offers his audience a rare opportunity to share in his love affair with his surroundings and nature. Through the mixed media one vividly realizes Raphael’s love of photography. His artistic skills are quite exceptional allowing him to produce images that are astounding in their honesty and instigates deep pathos, as well as spur new heights of excitement (Rosenbaum Contemporary, 01). Raphael, a seasoned lens man, has garnered massive attention from outstanding fashion clients including Bergdorf Goodman, Guess Jeans, and Victoria’s Secret. Fascinatingly his photographs have featured prominently in the front pages of French and Italian magazines. His arrival into the art world was met with a loud applaud as well as criticism after he conducted a global excursion in which he exhibited his works. While the world of literature, especially art, continues advancing, Raphael stands out as an iconic shutterbug and artist who has captured sensual and alluring moments in the lives of American women, his legacy with span several generations. His aptitude to express himself from an overwhelmingly raw perception leaves his imprimatur in our culture and depicts the ever-changing gorgeous world (Rosenbaum Contemporary, 02).
In “Below the Sky; 2013," Raphael overly interlocks various colors that lead to the creation of a bright 2-Dimensional (2D) image. The artwork uses light blue color, silver, and black color excessively to create an attractive image of a woman surrounded by sharp lines that look like sharp sticks or lances. It depicts plains that lie under a vast sky. The black color is speckled in various spots in the portrayed with a major concentration in the backside near the frames of the portrait. He uses a brownish color to depict the landscape