The forms that are hidden under the sea are sinuous, complex and in constant movement, they flex under the force of currents and tides.
Out of the water they lose vigour and meaning, but it is in their natural environment that I wish to capture the greatest expression of beauty.
Bent by a wave, resisting the undertow, my corals oppose the force of the sea with confidence and elegance, knowing that they are essential.
In nature perfect symmetry does not exist; there is search for equilibrium, push for growth and resistance to adversities. At times the branches may stretch straight upwards, while in other cases they must bend in order to survive, lean over and adapt in order to continue to prosper.
I do not decide its course. It is the glass that suggests the best angle of descent to be able to flourish once more.
A crab comes out of the sea and starts to hunt along the water’s edge. A cormorant observes it, immobile on its elegant legs, with its neck bent, impatient to launch the attack. For a moment their eyes meet.