Studying the artistic path of Graziano Ferrari, I remember the words of the evil philosopher Ralph Waldo Emerson (Boston, 1803 - Concord 1882) when he advised, from his wisdom, "not to go where the path can take you ; Go instead where the path is not yet and leave behind you a trace. " A strong thought that denotes the desire for freedom and independence that underlies Ferrari's creative expression. His artistic history demonstrates it extensively, the ability to explore new expression fields through the experimentation of materials and media, through constant study and attention to those that can be considered the new creative language codes. Graziano Ferrari therefore takes on a role in the "trace" that is leaving in the art world thanks to a creative path of all respect that denotes an obvious artistic maturity. The latest works of 2017, therefore, represent a fundamental step in the career of the artist, an expressive moment in which the "non-projectional divisionism", the movement created by him, explodes in all his creative power.