I was born in Rimini on the 6th of October 1957 (lucky year!).
From a very early age I've always been attracted by any form of art, Nature especially has always been my master...
In the primary school I was called "Sleeping Beauty" by my teachers because my mind was always up in the air! Despite everything I was graduated at the Faenza College of Art in ceramic and restoration of antique ceramic with very good marks!
After the college I worked in ceramic for many years with a friend of mine with whom I produced "objects d'art", working on modern and repros from antique ceramic. Then I changed direction! I started to collaborate with antique dealers doing restoration of antique ceramic and furnitures. This took me to partecipate to many antique dealer fairs both in Italy and abroad and allowed me to deepen my passion for every kind of art.
Just to have a break, let's call it a working holidays!, I went to live in the U.K. for few years. There I had the good luck to meet with the creative Powell family! They run a factory where they make, can you imagine?, handmade swimming pools for the Emirates. I enjoyed this period very much.
Nature inspired me a lot in that wonderful country, so when I got back to Italy I started to grow flowers and plants and from there I developed a passion for natural and alternative medicines.
My wandering for the world took me to deepen my culture and the study of peoples and religions. From there was born my interest for sciamaneism and the love for oriental disciplines such as Feng Shui, which I am studying in depth with great interest.
In the last year I have been dedicating myself in the restoration and the make up of old pieces of furnitures. I like to blend nature in my works of art, so I use as decoupage dried leaves, small branches, shells and any kind of things Nature is so generous to give me as a present... Of course I haven't forgotten ceramic, so in my new form of art there is always a ceramic handmade piece. All my works of art are one of a kind. I often collaborate with my sister Sarita. The Council of Borghi (FC) asked me to run the ceramic workshop c/o the Renzi museum in San Giovanni in Galilea, where I also hold ceramic workshops for the primary schools.