Stidda a tri punta

Wall furniture Antique filet Sand Wood
Single artwork


Description by the artist

Sculpted Poetry “STIDDA A TRI PUNTA”.
Three-dimensional relief sculpture.

The sculptured poem “Stidda a tri tip” represents a Sicily eager to emerge but which fails in its desire. It is a unique and original work that takes inspiration from the poem of the same name that I published in my first book “Sillabe nel Vento”.

Details and dimensions

Materials: Antique filet Sand Wood
Dimensions (cm): Width 51
Handcrafted in Sicily

The artwork in the Sicilian culture

By the Governance of Sicilian Artisan Foundation

The Trinacria is the symbol of Sicily. It is a Gorgon (mythological monster that petrified with a gaze whoever observed it) with three legs and typically, here in Sicily, spigacrinita, or with ears of corn instead of hair. The island, in fact, was one of the granaries of ancient Rome (which conquered Sicily in the third century BC). The three legs of the Trinacria also recalls the shape of Sicily, triangular.

(photo) Trinacria Symbol of Sicily

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