Featured Work

So glad to announce that I will be hosted by Laurie Buman & Galeria Azul Chicago at the Bridgeport Art Center.

The exhibition will be on display July 19th through August 23rd 2024

Visit Galería Azul in the vibrant Bridgeport Art Center, 1200 W. 35th Street, Studio #4F4014, Chicago, IL 60609
Open to the public: 3rd Friday Open Studios 7:00—10:00 PM





A few of my paintings are currently featured in the gorgeous Galeria Azul, in Naperville, IL.
I’d love for you to visit and experience in person these pieces, which hold a special place in my heart.

Click the images below to explore the gallery and share my journey!


The Triptych of Malice

The Triptych of Malice is a composition of three acrylic paintings. It was born in 2022 and the total size is 108’ x 72’ inches. The whole piece is about an ancestral journey through the deepest emotions that run our mind, the resistances that prevent us from cooperating with others and the difficult path to open ourselves towards collaboration and sharing.

The triptych at Galeria Azul

Masks - Giulia Salza

Acrylic on Canvas, 2023, Italy/USA
Size 24” x 36”

“Masks” is a vibrant exploration of the societal burdens women shoulder. It delves into the pressures to conform to aesthetic standards, to be perfect, nurturing mothers, and inherently good-natured. Often, these expectations force women to hide behind a mask, rendering their true selves invisible.

Masks at Galeria Azul

The Madonna of the Ducks

Acrylic on Canvas, 2021, Italy/USA
Size 30” x 46”

“The Madonna of the Ducks” is a colorful painting that explores the essence of motherhood beyond its biological roots. It illustrates the idea that nurturing, love, and welcoming others embody the true spirit of motherhood. Every creature has the capacity to mother, and our world needs that kind of care and compassion from all of us.

The Madonna at Galeria Azul

Be Brave by Giulia Salza

Acrylic on Canvas, 2023, Italy/USA
Size 36” x 48”

The subject is a snap-shot of a creepy, whirling dance, inspired by the “Dance Macabre” iconography. Demons, fantastic creatures, animals and humans run and dance together representing the eternal cycle of Life and Death in its beauty, energy and dread. But the painting also refers to another kind of race: the one that we all run against ourselves. Inside all of us there is light and dark and it takes an immense courage to face them.

Be Brave at Galeria Azul