In the early 1940's Narducci converted from classical
work to abstract expressionism after hearing Russian
composer Igor Stravinsky's "Rite of Spring" Opus. Narducci
was a founding member of the abstract expressionist
movement whose work was respected by his colleagues.
Narducci turned down requests to exhibit, and instead
chose to continue painting, his work hidden from the public
until after his death in 1999.
From the 1950's on, Narducci spent over three decades involved with his
cybernetic art. He created audio compositions. He sculpted and
created paintings made from photons of captured sunlight. And he
continued with abstract expressionism in oil and acrylics until 1985.
The inner landscape of outer space! Narducci
broke through in 1985 to his life-long goal of finding
a way to enter nature from the back door. He called
his new technique quintessential aesthetics.