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Tullio Siviglia draws from the primeval forces of the mineral, botanical and animal worlds working with clay, glass and metal oxides. With reference to the roots, cacti, seeds and fruits, Tullio Siviglia has recreated an imaginary garden. Working with 2 different types of clay, interlacing glass and mineral inclusions to convey a sense of growth, strength yet such fragility – crossing the boundaries. His style relays this well and the clay gives structure and strength to the object, the design. On a finer level of detail, the texture and frayed edges gives beauty and fragility to the shape.
In this series of sculptures, Marco Tullio draws from the primeval forces of the mineral, botanical and animal worlds. He works with clay, glass and metal oxides. Through several firings, the metal oxides are mixed with glass shards and colour glazes to obtain a continuous variation between matt, polished, smooth and coarse surfaces.