Art is Life

Veronica Fonzo and Flavia Robalo show recent work in sculpture – and painting – in the Sala delle Grasce in Pietrasanta, starting this Saturday the 20th od October. The title “Rayuela” refers to the game of hopscotch – the challenge and bliss of youthful fun. The artists hail from Argentina – they are part of the wave of international sculptors making the “Citta d’Arte” their homebase and the center of their creative endeavors. Fonzo and Robalo share a vision for what art can achieve. They make sculpture in marble, wood, and bronze… theirs is an intimate and profoundly humanistic art.

Alessandra Podesta waxes poetic in the sculpture exhibition’s press material about the sky that overlooks the artists’ work, and we like it: “Leaning on the earth to reach upwards, in an impulse that gives one the courage to break free from the bars – to transform them into the thread…

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