Art through Fire – Luca Schiavon in Todi

April 4 – Mid June, 2009
Todi – Italy

Italian Ceramics - Work by Luca Schiavon - Photo Credits: www.exibart.comNo words need to be spent on the beauty of Todi, an old town nested on a steep hill not far from Perugia,  in Umbria. These days, however, there is one more reason to plan a visit to Todi: a fascinating combination of art and good food, meant to provide enjoyment to all the senses.

The main characters of the experiment are a restaurant, hosting the exhibition “Art through Fire”, an art gallery organizing the event and the outstanding ceramic works by Luca Schiavon.

Schiavon is an artist from Padoa with a fairly long résumé, crammed with both solo and collective exhibitions in Italy, US and Japan. He was born in 1960 in a family of artists. He started making pottery very early and spent a long time in Japan, studying Japanese pottery styles and techniques. His first important solo exhibition was held there in 1990.

His works are marked by a strong formal personality and color palette. He makes a generous use of his potter’s wheel to create unusual shapes which are often cut and reassembled in unique sculptural pieces.

Arte al Fuoco
Antica Hosteria della Valle
Via A. Ciuffelli 17/19
Open Tuesday to Sunday 12.30 – 3.00 pm and 7.30 – 10.30 pm
Ph: 0039  075 8945526

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