“The one who works with his hands is a laborer. The one who works with his hands and his head is an artisan. The one who works with his hands and his head and his heart is an Artist .”
Years of research of new alternative techniques of work, always manual, that can give visual and tactile emotions and convey to our hands the same sensations perceived by the eye. For this reason everything is done by hand, with techniques used in ancient times that still can give to the creation its own identity and life.
Andrea Serra since he was 14 years old, lived very closely with the Lecce stone, also called “gentle stone” This particular type of stone is mined in very few areas of Salento (the southern part of Apulia, Italy). It is the seabed of Salento, created during the Miocene period about twenty millions years ago.
The artist has followed the academic studies of Art and only after years of studies and experience, today presents with success his creations to the public.
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