Parama Libralesso is an Italian artist, he was raised as orthodox Hindu in a Christian country. This cultural crossover has generated the need to understand what unites different cultures. The archetypal and symbolic world that defines us as human beings regardless of the place of birth and beliefs, something that seems to speak of our psychological structure and nature.
He mastered in fine art in Venice and Florence where he currently lives. His aesthetic language is the result of a blend of numerous techniques, from the most traditional, such as oil colours, watercolours and ebru, to the digital medium.
Among his activities as painter and iconographer, he has illustrated an edition of the Ramayana (Bhaktivedanta Book Trust) and two books by Claudio Naranjo (Ediciones la Lave).