A tribute to lilies and Monet’s favourite fower.
Fulvia Notari’s wearing sculptures are on fine display at Cloudnine, the Pitti Immagine accessory show slated for 1-3 March 2009 in Via Tortona 58.
During the show, Antares Venezia will offer a very special preview of the new Ninfea (lily) collection, named after Monet’s favourite flower. The collection is also a tribute to the mythical nymphs, the healers and guardians of nature that would sing of the healing charm of the earth, of the leaves and of nature’s fruits.
Orange, yellow, earth-colour and coultless huess of green and red. But also the sea and the sky and high water, reflections coloured by the cold wind, the metallic iridescence of the lagoon.
Once again, Fulvia Notari has succeeded in unveiling the soul of colours and glass, shaping them into new ornaments. A tribute to the magic of life and to the women who revel it.
NOTE FOR THE EDITORIAL STAFF
Antares’s wearing sculptures have been exhibited in prestigious stores around the world: from Italy’s 10 Corso Como, Trussardi and Alviero Martini (Milan), Palazzo Grassi (venice) and Raku Capri (Capri) to Paris’s Galérie de l’Opéra, New York’s American Art&Craft Museum and Tokyo’s Takashimaya, as well as others stores in Helsinki, Moscow, Seoul, Stockholm, Sydney and many more.
Mariachiara Bortolotti, Rubini Communications