city horse, 2017
cotton on steel

Zanni , 2017
pastel, acrylic on streched cotton

Vecchi , 2017
pastel, acrylic on streched cotton

Loving Brighella , 2017
woven fabric, steel, wood

doorstop 9 (I wish I never see it perform), 2016

Love is like a friendship caught on fire. In the beginning a flame, very pretty, often hot and fierce, but still only light and flickering.

As love grows older, our hearts mature and our love becomes as coals, deep-burning and unquenchable.

If what I have is what you need.

Last night, I had a very scary incident of my oven engulfed in fire which started when the muffin tray got too close to the heating unit. As I saw the smoke coming out and big fire inside the oven, I quickly reached this very extinguisher.

My lover pulled out the pin, opened the oven door (and the fire got even bigger shooting out from the oven), aimed at it and squeezed the lever. Nothing happened. Then I tried it multiple times, nothing. Then it finally shot out a tiny puff of yellow powder on the floor, and that was it. Unbelievable.

At that point, the whole kitchen was smoked up and the fire was sneaking out of the oven unit, fire alarms beeping all over, baby crying, and how I cursed myself trusting this stupid extinguisher. As I was about to call the fire department however, my lover rushed to the bathroom and soaked a bath towel, covered the fire with the dripping wet towel (which melted into pieces of hard plastic in the end, to my surprise) and finally was able to put out the fire. I had to run outside with my baby as the whole house was smoking up. It surely was one scary moment.

I’ve missed you. I need you. You’re all I can think about.

you seem to have the same eyes, but your mouth is slightly different, 2016
steel // 146x106cm

I see the visage of you, my sweet, in all your glory, 2016
steel, wood // 68x93x55cm

It was coming over me like a warm blanket (pre), 2016
streched fabric, wood, steel // 150x100cm

sweet sound of a lovely bird, 2016
steel, wood // 54x45cm

a perpetual series of occasions of hope, 2015