Murano glass stele
The abstract design does not have a well-defined subject as in a still life, its protagonist is a feeling, an emotion. The pure, geometric form becomes an expression of the universe and is totally unlocked from details. The work will be only a relationship between shapes and colors. The subject is broken, analyzed and reassembled in an abstract form. The artist tends to portray the object in a more diverse context, depicting it from several points of view.
OSSIMORO is a demonstration of this art. The object is taken from different visual angles simultaneously. The process is characterized by decompositions and re-compositions of the object, breaking the convention of the uniqueness of the point of view. The resolution of the image appears with the unmistakable corner texture and crossed perspective planes.
The procedure for creating this Murano glass stele is very complex and laborious. The glass processing technique is performed entirely by hand. Like in the mosaic technique, even in this design, small multicolored glass plates are meticulously cut. Subsequently, these tiny tiles are aligned, arranged on a compatible glass plate and installed on a metal support, showing an abstract design.
Width : 30 cm (11,81 in)
Height : 180 cm (70.86 in)
Thickness: about 10 mm (about 0,40 in)