In the modern age in which it is difficult to reconcile the distress of everyday experiences with the quiet of the natural world, more and more often one yearns for balance in one's own space; often this is achieved through the typical expression of human knowledge, such as painting, architecture and the arts in general.
The Hedera collection showcases a painting technique that assimilates natural elements such as the gravity of the paint drip and the laying time that determines the final drying result. The final effect recalls the emotion of growing roots, the breath of the wind through foliage. Lights and shadows combine to define the structure of the graphic, determine the direction of the propagation of the foliage, together with the use of colors that seem to come to life on the surface and then rest when the shade changes to a more neutral color palette. The vertical composition and the juxtaposition of the slabs create a cyclical and multiform dynamic that recalls the typically natural growth rhythms of the plant we are inspired by.