Felice Feltracco, born in Asolo, graduated from the Academy of Fine Arts in Venice in Scenography.
His passion for the art of the great masters, combined with a love of nature and great technical knowledge, led him to work as a landscape architect based on chromatic intensity and suggestion.
With the watercolor technique he has illustrated various stories for children published by Feltrinelli, collaborating with the writer Chiara Frugoni:among others San Francesco and the wolf, San Francesco and Christmas night, The story of the courageous dragonfly .
In his books he has also dedicated drawings and watercolors to Asolo, Venice, Bergamo, Monte Grappa, demonstrating his admiration for these particularly significant places with painting. The latest publication 'The sky, if anything' is a tribute to the natural world in its infinite nuances.
The exhibitions related to the publications, in symbiosis with his artistic project, have aroused great interest.
Some of his works were exhibited at the Royal Institute of Painters in Water Colors in London in 2009.
His attention to the quality of materials and the recognition of the value of craftsmanship have led him to constant research and the consequent creation of specific products for watercolor painting.