Piece by piece, each one cut with a global intention, the sketch of a mosaic has evolved into surprising shapes: sometimes the pieces allude to shapes of plants, others to unimaginable organic shapes. The last result encourages and stimulates the gaze of the observer.

When a utilitarian object is completed with the aesthetics of mosaic art, the article acquires another dimension: on one hand, it involves the environment and, on the other, the viewer cannot avoid being aware and atestiguate of the result of a hand process work.