Wall light from the collection "Fiorchette"


Luminous artistic creation from the collection "Fiorchette" made with mixed technique by DanCalaMan.

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Luminous artistic creation of the "Fiorchette" collection made with mixed technique by DanCalaMan.

The floral-themed subject is made with colored plastic cutlery. The base is in varnished wood. From the grass evoked by the teeth of forks in the context of a floral decorative theme, derives, like a play on words, the name that the author attributed to the work (in Italian "fiore" corresponds to flower and "forchette" to forks). The title and the author's signature applied on the work, as shown in the photo, are made of soft iron wire. The light source is ensured by two 60 cm led battens, with natural light.

It can be used as a wall light or placed on a shelf.

With this work, the author intervenes on an everyday object, useful, such as a lamp, giving it an artistic imprint that makes it unique and lasting and at the same time able to bring into the house and into the lives of everyday joy of color and the free breath of nature. All this, paradoxically, through the use of "disposable" objects and, as they are made of plastic, anything but natural. The work therefore also assumes an ecological meaning: what is destined to be waste is immortalized in a context capable of giving the material a value even higher than that of origin.

The dimensions of the work are: 62 cm (W) x 20 cm (H) x 20 cm (D).

Unique work, accompanied by the author's certificate of authenticity.

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mixed technique
ATTENTION: Unique work for sale at our shop in Florence. If it is of interest to you and you want to book it, place your order as soon as possible.
Work made by hand with unusual workings. Shadows, hollows, burns, discontinuities, ripples and spots should not be considered defects. They are evidence of the uniqueness and artistic nature of the work.

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