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the artist of bellagio

The ‘feathers’ collection that haunts the artist, encloses the essence of Abele’s artistic philosophy.

The transparency and technical virtuosity that brings the matter to high plastic stress are inherited by the classic Masters typical of the old continent. The feather, a symbol of our time, tacit and silent announces the fragility of our state, is a mirror of an evolved and fragile human personality. It is a surrealist symbol of the ‘Carpe Diem’, that communicates the human condition, and sums up the importance of the concept of the flow of ‘time‘ that changes our fate and our life.

A soft and elegant sculpture, with baroque and curved shapes, that shows the influence that the artist had during his stays in the south of Italy and Venice, and the conceptualism that brings this art close to scientific themes ( the theory about space and time ).

An archetype of depth studies based on the concept of existence, the basis of his artworks. Only a few are can be revealed.

The egg is a symbol of Birth, Fertility, and Vitality and often a present element in Abele’s sculptures.

For the artist, it represents the alpha and the omega, the primary concept based on the existence and purpose that changes his continuity. Its use comes from specific observations that touch themes connected to DNA and the life cycle in history.

Even here, we find the principle of the matter and antimatter, as the area of studio identified from the Astrophysicists ‘Event Horizon‘.

lake como sculpture

The light is a conductor on which the whole perception of artistic production is based. It becomes an indispensable element in the painting as it is in the sculpture. For Vadacca the volume becomes light.

“In these artworks I continue my research, I do my best every day to find techniques to sculpt the light, because it is only in the light that we find the truth” Abele 

The labyrinth is a symbol of human existence. it represents the path and the daily challenges of life, the resolution of problems until the attainment of one’s purposes, that constantly remind to seize and live the moment: Carpe diem, Panta rhei.

lo scultore di Bellagio

The water is a symbol of life, and of quietness. it is always in constant movement and transformation. it is a symbol of knowledge and wisdom. It represents for Abele the flow of time and connects the beloved concept of Carpe diem to all the symbologies of the artist.


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