Bronze sculpture details
Usually hidden deep inside the head, thoughts come out here in the form of written pages – a metaphor of the power of literature and the secret of creativity.
Edition in bronze, cast using the lost wax technique, chased and patinated by hand.
Paola Grizi’s grandfather, Piero Grizi (1885 –1976), was a famous painter and sculptor, and her family boasted several ceramic artists. Her passion for the fine arts was therefore awakened at an early age. Her second passion, however, is the “immaterial” art, so to speak. Hence, she first got a degree in Italian literature and worked as a journalist. In all these years, however, she continued to do sculptural work – with constantly growing success.