I have always been fascinated with the life and death of stars. The mind-bending size of them, and the length of time it takes for their light to reach us. That, in spite of their size and grandeur, they’re finite, like the rest of us.
“Portals” was the second work I made after I’d returned to Italy. I’d finished it on the anniversary of my grandmother’s death in June, and that evening a moth flew in through the window and landed on the portal
“Ceramics was love at first sight. I realised I could give my illustrations three dimensions.” Cinzia Bardelli is a multi disciplined artist working mainly in ceramics and illustration. She studied at … Continue reading
The physical studio itself has gone from this crowded and dim space in the apartment [a.k.a. The Garret] to this gloriously light-filled space, which I’ll be sharing with a couple of … Continue reading
The westernised world we live in means we have everything on demand. We are really so well-off materially that it’s become not just easy but the norm to drop one gadget and collect the next … Continue reading