Rosette Bonello’s Green Period portrays an intensified turbulent look and feel, primarily due to the colour choices assigned to the collection. The artist choice of blue and grey tones create a far more striking connection with its audience, allowing for complimentary, contrasting and even dulled colour schemes to be adopted.
The artist’s bold choice of colours in this period engage with the prouder and more dominant traits of art followers, where defining character, in-depth turmoil and perhaps even the triumph over confusion can be seen.
Throughout this period, Rosette says true to her technique in the arte informale school, with shapes, lines, texture, messaging and characteristic colouring all providing the solidity required by the collection.
Here we can note the unbindable freedom that the artist creates with, allowing her to vary her content from one artwork to another, irrespective of their similarities in choice of colour.