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Happy fractal 11, detail, mixed tecnique, 15x20x8cm, 2016
Happy fractal 11, total view, mixed tecnique, 15x20x8cm, 2016


Happy fractal 11 Sculpture

Stefania Puntaroli


Sculpture, Plastic on Aluminium

Size: 6 W x 8 H x 3 D in

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The artwork is framed in a box frame painted in silver. it is made from reliefs in chewing gum and aluminum and with small plastic sculptures covered with gold leaf. The reliefs are painted with glitter and acrylic and the insertion of small minerals and hair spheres anchored with copper wire complete the perfection of the fractal work. It is ready to hang on the wall or to be placed on furniture. Happy fractal 11 is inspired by the beauty of the Romanesco cabbage fractal which is part of my artistic research.

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Sculpture:Plastic on Aluminium

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Size:6 W x 8 H x 3 D in

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An extremely sensitive and eclectic artist, dedicated to meditation and the out-doors, she lives between Florence and Castiglioncello, where her Studio-Casa in clay and straw is in operation. Puntaroli perpetually puts herself in play and experiments, moving From engraving to performance, the title of the mon-ographic thesis written about her in 2013 by Chiara Innocenti. Her encounter with engraving at the Academy was love at first sight: Stefania delved into this marvellous technique thanks to a scholarship from the International School Il Bisonte in Florence. Her acquaintance with the founder Maria Luigia Guaita, animated by a pure passion for the world of graphic art, was a great inspiration for her. With Edizioni Canopo in Prato, she printed artist's books for Christiane Löhr, Lucy Jochamowitz and Luisa Rabbia. Scholarships, symposia in painting, sculpture and interior decoration led her to stay in Germany, Croatia, England and Australia. Trips to Japan, Thailand, Laos, India and Cambodia led to numer-ous projects. She has worked at the Uffizi and San Marco Museums in Florence as a Museum Technical Assistant, which allowed her to deepen her knowledge of great masterpieces of art and meet the poet Rino Cavasino, with whom she produced texts for illustrated books, exhibitions and performances. She shared the Florentine studio at Santa Croce 19 with Antonella Mercati, a member of the Duo SPAM2, finalist for the 2007 Celeste Prize. Artist and fellow student Sandro Bottari introduced Stefania to the world of performance and Sara Buoso curated the events of the London period. Paola Ballerini, her Art History teacher, became a curator and mentor several times, as well as an example to follow in passing on that same powerful passion to her students. She joined the Women Visual Artists Database, a project of Wind Mill non-profit organisation, founded by Laura VdB Facchini in 2020. In addition to her historical collaboration with Die Mauer Arte Contemporanea, she collaborates with galleries, foundations, museum institutions and independ-ent spaces.

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