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Arca
Sculpture
Luca Giannini
$4,100
Through his use of very lightweight materials for his sculpture, "Ark", Luca encourages us to leave out the heavy things in life that impede us from renewing ourselves.
Dancing Shadows
Sculpture
Daisy Papp
$5,000
The softness of candlelight and the toughness of nails combine beautifully in this piece by Daisy, and represent the strong contrasts life often presents.
Ebony and Ivory
Sculpture
Daisy Papp
$2,500
Daisy creates a symbol in this piece that represents her belief in how the human race should live; together in unified peace and harmony.
Foglie
Sculpture
Antonia Covarrubias Noe
$1,500
Conceived from the shapes and movements of leaves, Antonia based this sculpture on the masterful talent of nature; to make every tiny detail different.
Forma n.1
Sculpture
Luca Giannini
$4,600
In the hopes of restoring a small piece of dignity to today's injured nature, Luca again uses the symbolism of a whale's tale in this sculpture.
Happy Dollars
Sculpture
Daisy Papp
$3,900
Daisy shares her viewpoint regarding money in this set of colorful and unique sculptural pieces.
Key to My Heart - Sold
Sculpture
Daisy Papp
$2,800
SOLD
L'Improvvisa Consapevolezza Dell'Essere
Sculpture
Luca Giannini
$5,500
Through his sculpted "Sudden Awareness of Being", Luca invites us to take an introspective look at who we really are as opposed to who we simply believe ourselves to be.
La Distrazione di Dio
Sculpture
Luca Giannini
$5,700
Resembling a musical instrument, Luca uses the number 7 in this piece, "God's Distraction", which has great symbolic importance in many world religions.
Magic Triangle
Sculpture
Daisy Papp
$2,800
Daisy creatively reminds us of some core ideas and concepts that are often forgotten today.

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LUCA GIANNINI from ITALY

Luca creates his large scale paintings and works of art with an imaginative use of materials often incorporating recycled materials, old sheet metal, plastic, wood or other objects. According to Luca, “This way the piece in its own right resembles a small disturbed little corner of the Earth. They could thus be considered collective reminders of more useful ways to appreciate natural resources; perhaps a muted request for forgiveness from Mother Earth, or just an assemblage of a humanity that has been weighed down and a bit rusted, but has not been lost. I’m attracted to the strength of certain symbols, in which man finds universal archetypes through his link to nature and an ancient sense of belonging to a dimension that is less materialistic and more cosmic. Most of my pieces utilize contrasting dichotomies, from both opposing and complimentary elements, blacks and whites, smooth and rough surfaces and celestial and human symbols.”

Luca’s respect for the Earth along with his inventive use of recycled materials in his artwork provides an important message for all of us to follow.