A experimental use of unconventional materials defines the most recent body of work from artist Fernando Mastrangelo. Escape furniture collection combines dreamy, pastel tones and textures throughout easy, sculptural forms. The materials take on an amazing quality, with silica, hand-dyed sand, along with powdered glass creating gradients similar to your three-dimensional landscape painting.
Mastrangelo’s unusual selection of mediums underscores that the materiality of these pieces and creates poetic possibilities for interior settings. Silica — using its lava-like feel — composes the foreground, while hand-dyed sand is stratified with fragile veins which subtly alter in tone to indicate layers of ground. Crystalline — a almost translucent powdered glass — kinds textures reminiscent of otherworldly skies and bodies of water. Have a look at the pics below to completely grasp these special appearances and shades, I am sure, you will be stunned!
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