Inspired by Hopi shaman masks, a native-american indigenous population present nowadays in Arizona, the artist recreates a metaphysical and surprising work collection.
Through glass master Mario Furlan’s expertise, vivid colors and complex shapes compose mithological figures.
Every figure corresponds to a specific spiritual entity which, in Hopi culture, identifies an ethical spirit or function: symbolic depictions are pursued through a shared and peaceful vision of the world.
His art is a combination of creativity and the ability to allow divergent thinking. Born in Rovigo in 1973, Alessandro describes his passion and culture through the unmistakable rhythmicity of glass, a versatile and unique material, capable of evoking magic and fierceness.