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About the Artist
I was born in Italy, in a small town in the Country hill named Patrica, approximately forty miles southeast of Rome. I started working as a metal worker when I was sixteen, and I showed an early interest and talent for my job. During my free time, I created works of art using discarded scrap of metal. At the age of eighteen, my parents decided to emigrated to the United States. I found employment as a metal fabricator and welder and also developed my skill as an artist and designer. For several years, I created primitive sculpture from reclaimed steel, and I had successful experiences at art shows. My artwork is always evolving, and that is visible when we look at the old sculpture, but for sure they are recognizable. The central concept that connects all my works is LOVE-NATURE-MOVEMENT-FREEDOM, but I think each sculpture is unique, and that my artworks are one of a kind. I do not make any reproduction, which is really appreciate by my clients. My skills of heating, bending and welding metals all give different spectacular results. Those skills coupled with my drive for excellence and integrity into designing and shaping into an art form is appreciated and valued by my clients. I show my sculpture all over the United States. I attend about 20-25 Fine Arts Festival each year, and my sculpture are in private collections as well as in public place.