A passion for the East and for Japan in particular, led him to research martial arts, yoga, meditation and spirituality; elements that influence many of his works today. While a continuous search for new impulses has resulted in a juxtaposition of realistic representation with graphic abstraction.
Giorgianni's works develops continuously as a result of the ever changing influence of his natural environment. The subjects of his works range from volcanic landscapes, painted in different seasons, to the Sicilian hinterland with its sunny wheat fields, from mediterranean gardens to urban landscapes. The artist’s goal is to evoke an ever-changing range of emotions in the observer, to invite them to get lost in the worlds he creates, and to enter that magical dimension of realism.