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BiographyBorn in Mossano (Vicenza) ItalyMay 9, 19401959 – 1961 worked in Milan and attended Brera art school1961 – 1993 partnered with Toni Moretto and Giovanni Duso at “Lo Scricciolo” studio in Vicenza,participated in shows throughout the world - United States, Japan, and Taiwan1993 - to today has his own studio in Nanto (Vicenza) and continues to sculpt and sell figurines1.In my works I want to gather experiences of the everyday life, the typical subjects and the human attitudes that are disappearing from a world more and more standardized. My subjects are the humble people with their lives and their attitudes that might seem "grotesque", and here is the humorous aspect of my work, but finally fixed in the form and material that is full of humanity and originality that makes each person unique.Everything human is born from the facts that even if represented by the grotesque and the humorous are never banal.2.I chose clay as the expressive material because it lends itself to be shaped allowing even the smallest details, as in the cinema, to focus on the character traits of people. Subsequently the use of color, especially that obtained after firing at 1000 degrees, is to empasize the initial idea and gives the character more life.3.Each piece, as well as the subjects of which has caught the appearance of living beings are unique and unrepeatable, just as the works are unique and unrepeatable and models with which they represent.I am not able to use a mold, because an artist must give life to each piece, making it unique and valuable.Therefore the buyer must have the qualities of a collector and appreciate the work as "unique."