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Norberto MorettiLe sacré cœur transpercé

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7 W x 10 H x 7 D cm
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Glass Sculpture
One of a kind work
7 W x 10 H x 7 D cm
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"Beyond the Catholic significance, I have always been charmed and also disturbed by religious iconography. Here I propose a vision closer to my own." Norberto Moretti

Blown Murano glass egg, transparent, hand-decorated with polychrome enamel and gold leaf (24 carats) engraved according to the ancient Venetian technique called: graffito. Once finished, the work is annealed in a kiln at 500° to fix the design to the glass forever. The dimensions are without the support which is a brass. The work is signed.

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Norberto Moretti
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KAZoART artist since 2021

11 works sold

20 works

Norberto Moretti was born in Venice (Italy) on December 17, 1961 and began working at the age of 18 in glassworks, learning to master the techniques of decoration. In 1992, after many years of training in workshops in Venice and Murano, he set up on his own and began to produce objects of the Venetian tradition in order to be able to finance his workshop and his artistic research. Following these creations, he chooses to present unique pieces or small series of a few pieces. He has also collaborated as a designer in different establishments such as the Salviati glassworks in Murano.

Now he lives in France, where he links contemporary forms to traditional Venetian glass decoration techniques to express his inner world tinged with poetry.

"There is no project, I make a sketch of the object that will serve as a support for my painting and I accompany the glassblower during the realization and often in real time, I suggest modifications if necessary. my workshop, I have a stock of blown glass objects waiting for my inspiration, there are some who speak to me, others who say nothing to me and I leave them waiting, I know that one of these days they will talk to me. When a piece inspires me, I start working on it I don't sketch, I have everything in my head, I just need to create landmarks to place the decoration and the drawing exactly where I want. My tools are brushes, spatulas for mixing enamels, a knife for cutting gold, silver, or platinum leaf, a pencil with a copper tip for engraving the gold leaf, and an annealing furnace to fix my work on the object at a temperature of about 515 degrees. "

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