After marble, bronze, clay and resin, the sculptor measured himself with a new material for him, which no longer he began working: iron.
The technique of the artist does not experience is absolutely understood by the general public, unaccustomed to the use of this material in the arts.
Iron is hard and difficult to master and this is the price to pay for: fatigue, tenacity, sacrifice, great ability. And the artist can affirm it because he has a wide experience about all other materials.
The advantages, however, outweigh difficulties: iron is light, durable and it allows acrobatic forms. But most of all the artist is conquered by the total freedom this material offers, with endless possibilities of rethinking.
The result is under our eyes. Whether figurative or not, everything is tension, movement, creative fire. Cold rolling lines, cut, welded, shaped, molded for creating an incredibly different range of works, unique pieces of great value that seem cast in bronze, and are the result of an incredible modeling work.
Through these shapes and works, the world’s iron is opened to the viewer, it amazes, enchants and captivates him with its volcanic energy.