Elvino Echeoni, through his painting (characterized from different techinques and styles), deals with social themes; he paints some chants of the "Divina Commedia", he does temathics exhibitions based on analogies between Freud e Pirandello and subsequently between Federico Fellini and Charlie Chaplin.
For the 400th anniversary of Gian Lorenzo Bernini's birthday, the "Credito Cooperativo" Bank of Rome orders him a pictures collection for an artistic calendar. Besides the Comites of Toronto for the 500th anniversary of Canada's discovery orders him the portrait of the sailor Giovanni Caboto, that is then printed onto officlal stamps and posters of the event.
Ordered from Ente Fiera he even paints a big Mural inside the Rome's fair, and its entrance way with a paint of 50 x 4,5 metres. A lot of actresses and winners of beauty contest want their portrait made from Echeoni's hand; for that reason he's been called the "Painter of the misses".
An Echeoni's painting that was personally donated to the Pope Giovanni Paolo II, is now catalogued in the Vatican Museums.
His love for the new and the modern, and his continuous research, takes him to a painting synthesis of "Vital Energy", through colours vibrations and armonies.
He leaves the shape for a series of astract paintings inspired by "Musical Moments" and for a series called "Virtual Reality", where Echeoni gives an extreme to three -dimensional view with geometrical figures. For that new painting interpretation, two arts year-books ("Arte & Mercato" and "Annuario d'arte moderna Italiana") dedicate him the first page.
Besides, the "Decastero Cultura" of San Marino Republic honours him with the "European Gold Plate" for his artistic credits, while the Italian President Oscar Luigi Scalfaro gives him the "Sir" title.