Pyrography is the art of decorating wood or other materials with burn marks resulting from the controlled application of a heated object such as a poker. It is also known as pokerwork or wood burning.
This page is a list of my pyrography works:
1. Glimpses of life
A figurative artist tends to represent what he sees, but not random images. The subjects must be able to withstand something, something we have inside and wants to be recognized: feelings, sometimes intimate, deep, and not allways well defined. The ancients believed that our strongest feelings were inspired by the gods, demons or genies and the world around us is full of them, we just have to learn how to look.
|De Amicitia||Baba Jaga|
|Donna in Riva al Lago|| Riposo Sincronizzato
| Donna Lucia
| La Colpa
| Naiadi della Rosandra
|Bambina con cavalletta||Bimbo Gioioso|
Since I remember I always felt tied with animals and they always have been important to me. One of the main elements of my breaking towards Christianity was that denies a soul to animals. Since I was child I thought inconceivable a paradise without them.
|Orso Marsicano|| Gufo Reale
|Guardiano della Soglia|| Compagni di Cella
|Torello di Monrupino||Un Gatto..|
|Caffè, Pulcini e Libertà|
|Aquila dell’Enpa||Puledra di Basovizza|
With icons mean all those characters that have become a symbol or role model to follow in different fields, whose picture alone is enough to trigger feelings and very special moods .
|The Man who fell to earth|
|Volto di Cristo|| Lee Miller
|Tenzin Gyatso, XIV Dalai Lama|
|La Creatura di Frankenstein|
I’ made this series of pyrographies just for vanity (occasionally is not a bad thing). The idea of being able to make pyrographic replicas in 1: 1 scale of some classics of painting, make me feel a like a sort of ‘art collector’, with a little museum at home.
|Ragazza con Turbante|