Dancing in the Dark Tarot
Dynamic poses, exquisite details, and compelling contrasts define this scintillating tarot deck from accomplished artist Gianfranco Pereno and popular author Lunaea Weatherstone.
These cards offer a refreshing look at traditional Rider-Waite-Smith imagery and symbolism, helping you uncover new answers and perspectives in every reading. Pereno's stunning artwork encourages you to take fate's hand and dance your way to greatness.
- Lo Scarabeo
- Boxed deck (2 5/8" x 4 6/8")
- 78 full-color cards
- Instruction booklet
Born in Leumann (Turin) on 04.02.1955
Graphic designer - Photographer - Illustrator - Writer.
Studies at the Vittorio Veneto Art School and the Albertina Academy of Fine Arts in Turin.
At first he collaborated with various advertising studios as a graphic designer and assistant photographer, then opened his own studio in 1980, first in Turin, then in Ancona and finally in Venice.
He has worked professionally:
. Photography and advertising graphics (including works for the Venice Municipal Casino and the Vicenza Chamber of Commerce)
. Underwater Photography.
. Illustrations for publishing.
. Design and set-up of exhibition stands in Italy, Austria and Germany on behalf of the Marche Region Chamber of Commerce.
From 1992 to 2007 he managed with his wife an Artistic Laboratory in Venice, open to the public, near Piazza S.Marco, a place that allowed their artistic interests to range in different fields, from artistic craftsmanship to design and creation of an exclusive collection of "Masks", with traditional Venetian graphics with gold engravings on Murano glass.
At the beginning of 2008 he moved with his family to the naturalistic oasis of Cavallino Treporti, abandoning the chaotic life, based on tourism, typical of Venice, for the peace and atmosphere of the Venetian lagoon.
"Completely another world, even if from the windows of the house I see the bell towers of San Marco and Burano"
The artistic interests remain unchanged, such as the passion for photography, with images ranging from the magical Venetian atmosphere to the intriguing contrasts of lights and shadows of the "Nudes".