Sculptures by Alessio Ranaldi

11 Oct
2010

Italian sculptor Alessio Ranaldi’s work takes form and shape via stone, velvet, mixed media and jewelry. Fascinated by the three-dimensional world and inspired by artists like Henry Moore, Hans Harp, Mimmo Paladino, then decide to switch to sculpture, he graduated to a course of stone sculpture in his native country. From then refine the sculptural technique, to the design and construction of monumental sculptures in various places in the world. Here are some samples of his work.

Posterity  the Difficult Decision – (Resin ceramic – Balloons – Wood – Acrylic)

The Weight of Actions – (Plastic doll – Cloth – Sawdust)

Feto

Blue Stone

Quiet Orange

View more works on Ranaldi’s website.

2 Responses to Sculptures by Alessio Ranaldi

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Starrgazer

November 22nd, 2010 at 7:34 pm

The Weight of Actions is a powerful piece. It brings up feelings of genocide and things like abortion it’s just heavy. Way to go artist.

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Giobala

December 27th, 2010 at 6:52 am

Very interesting your work, you tackle the theme of life in all its aspects, from the beginning (fetus) to the possible terrible actions that the human can undertake, like “the weight of the actions”, where in the contrast between two part, prevails any case the life.
a hymn to life!

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