Some days ago we were in Bologna for the Arts Week and took some pills of the contemporary art scene: Art Fair, exhibition “DiversaMente” with Simona Ragazzi and SetUp Art Fair…
Patrick and Francesca
Some days ago we were in Pistoia (Tuscany), visiting The Salvadori Arte foundry. They makes bronze sculptures for the most important Italian and foreign artists as Barni, Mitoraj, Botero. We was there thanks to Giovanni Balderi‘s new works!
Salvadori Arte casts works in bronze using the “cire perdue” or lost wax method, the same technique used through the ages first by the Egyptians, then by the Greeks, Etruscan and Roman. This technique consists in covering with wax, that will be later modelled a refractory clay support; then another clay layer is put on the wax so that is encased between two masses of clay. By heating this clay container to a high heat, the wax melts and drips ut through some purposely made holes. The liquid alloy is then poured into the thin space left by the wax, usually just a few millimetres, then the allow cools and hardens the bronze cast has been accomplished. At last, through oxidation and thermal treatment, the bronze receives the patina.
The iSculpture Gallery is grateful to all the guests that kindly attended our events!
Waiting for the upcoming ones, enjoy some pictures taken during the openings…
Arte a Colori Gallery and iSculpture Gallery are pleased to inform you about their new exciting project Meet Art, in collaboration with My Tuscany Experience.
The centres of excellence located in the territory are a huge advantage in terms of tourist appeal and attract every year a growing number of visitors. The Valdelsa project is part of an initiative for the development of sustainable tourism promoted by the Regione Toscana with Hotel Bel Soggiorno, Hotel Sovestro, Relais della Rovere and Hotel Villa San Lucchese.
Take the chance to experience the results of the “Project Val d’Elsa – Enhancement of Places of Excellence and Knowledge”,which has the objective to strengthening the tourism offer of the Elsa Valley with new experience packages. This is the context of the project “Meet Art“, coordinated by Francesca Maria Sensi, whose leitmotif is the Italian language as experience and its visual and verbal vocabulary. Every Friday there will be an “aperitif with the Artist” at one of the facilities participating in the project. The artist, in front of his work, will explain all sources of the emotional idea that becomes a work of art, creating a language exchange with guests about the subjects, materials, and the world of art and craft… And other seeds for the future of the project!
For more information, feel free to contact Mrs. Sensi at email@example.com
iSculpture Gallery is pleased to show some pictures of the second site secific installation “L’Ascesa II” by Bruno Lucchi at Castello di Casole.
Since 1991 Lucchi has had 150 one-man shows and over 300 group exhibitions. All of them have taken place in the most prestigious private and public art galleries, both in Italy and abroad. In December 2000 the monthly Arte Mondadori devoted to the artist its monographic supplement.
For the Timbers Resorts, owner of the estate Castello di Casole, has always been a priority to preserve the rich history of Tuscany and the constant cultural promotion of the “Made in Italy”. Among the expressions of this desire is part of the program of events and exhibitions in collaboration with iSculpture Gallery in San Gimignano.
For more information please contact us:
iSculpture Art Gallery
Happy Easter from iSculpture Gallery – San Gimignano & Casole d’Elsa
Happy Easter from San Gimignano
Happy Easter from Casolole d’Elsa
April 4th, 2014. iScultpture Gallery San Gimignano is pleased to announce to our collectors the opening of our second venue in Casole d’Elsa, an ancient medieval village with an important openness to contemporary art.
The exhibiting space, the result of a complex restructuring, beyond a physical place, proposes to become a time for reflection and intersection between the worlds and the different practices of the contemporary. The intent is to propose new forms of artistic expression, not only related to sculpture, in the range of a future district for contemporary art.
Via Casolani 25,
53031 Casole d’Elsa (SI)
Open every day 10 a.m. 10 p.m.