Wood talks, and has many stories to tell. There is only one way to listen: carve, without imposing forms, but being guided by his veins, supporting him, turning it into what it wants. Letting him, and not our hand, drive the chisel. Because each piece of wood contains a sculpture, and the skill of the sculptor lies in discovering and revealing it to the world.
This is what I like about working with wood, no matter if building a piece of furniture or creating a sculpture: getting into the symbiosis with the tree, discover its harsh winters, the curves imposed by the wind, the wounds caused by lightning. And let these signs express themselves, let them finally talk to everyone.
Here are some of my works: