Mauro Pipani from 'Graphie'
(..) It is a work that must be read in every single detail as if it were a filigree; a research made of resonance and ripples where thought turns into lyrical gestures as for route diversions. A constellation of cypresses, sometimes silvery white and other times black, cut-out, etched, contoured, glazed or inserted-in to create new horizons. A painting which becomes rite when light floods in and unveils. And then broken up sentences weave new textures in diverse silent traces where time and space are limitless.
Graphie - Art and Literature Magazine