Description by the artist
Luminous wall picture.
Material poplar plywood, thickness 10 mm. Samba wood frame in 3 staggered overlapping strips dim. 20 x 30 mm. White water-based paint for wood. Rear wiring with switch and plug with 2 lamp holders with small socket.
The work was created looking at the sea of Scopello and the Zingaro reserve. It is inspired by the descents into the depths of that sea.
The artwork in the Sicilian culture
SCOPELLO Scopello is a seaside village, beautiful and with an ancient flavor, in the northern part of Sicily. It was famous for having a trap of the twelve hundred (for tuna fishing). From Scopello you can access the wonderful Zingaro reserve renowned for its coves, crescents of golden beach along all 7 kilometers of the route. In the painting the suggestive Faraglioni of Scopello also stand out.
Tags: Tonnara in Scopello, watercolor, Fabrice Moireau