Between a ‘franco fioretto' to puntinism and her taste for ‘macchia' , in an environment of a good, lyrically weighty post-impressionism, Ms Capellino turns her attention to the naturalistic aspects, approaching  with good determination definitely ‘risky' situations, that she resolves with effective expressiveness and evident feeling for colour.
Curiously, the aesthetic expression of Ms Capellino – with reference to the structure and ground ness of the story – could be described as an affectionate remembrance of the ‘Grigi school' , for the chromatic fluidity and for the overall bio-vegetable happiness.
Nevertheless, it is not an appliqué work, rather a new invention, full of character, that appears also out of the graphic tables, swarming with humours in a background of subtle vibrations.