Marble powder, epoxy resin, reactive bronze varnish, patina activator, final varnish
Edition of 20
Dimensions: 36cm (H) x 22cm (W) x 12cm (D) / 14.2" (H) x 8.7" (W) x 4.7" (D)
Note: Actual colours may vary due to photography & computer settings.
Limited edition #5 of 20
Each sculpture has a 'Certificate of Authenticity' signed and numbered by the artist supplied with the artwork. The edition number is also applied to the sculpture by hand.
This small, delicate statue of a goddess was made first in clay and then with a mold I create up to 20 pieces.
For this one I achieved a bronze finish using a reactive leaf bronze varnish.
Afterwards the bronze pigment has been chemically oxidized to obtain an aged dark patina in the recesses.
A final coat of a varnish for metals protects the piece from further oxidation.
The result looks and feels like a cast bronze sculpture, at a more affordable cost.
Different finishes ( marble powder, copper etc. ), are available by commission.
Inches: h 14.2" - w 8.7" - d 4.7"
cm: h 36 - w 22 - d 12
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Based in: Rome
After attending the High School of Art I moved onto European Institute of Design in Rome and graduated in illustration.
I find inspiration for my artworks through a close, attentive look of nature.
I focus on a particular organic texture, wood, bark, vegetable, animal or the shape of a rock and I bring it in the circumscripted space of an artwork.
Sometimes city landscape as well offers me a suggestion, such as the uneven cobblestones of the city I live in or the fascination of a peeling crackle wall.
I like playing with patina on metal finishes, since the oxydation is always unpredictable and unique and gives distinctiveness to each piece.
Through my website I collaborate with collectionists, art consultants and interior designers, creating bespoke pieces of art custom designed for each project.
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