"Nature is the largest and most incomparable
work of art", exclaims Chelita, who wanted to create a symbolic metamorphosis from an inert product, into a "living" sculpture that moves with the wind and shines under the sun rays,
recalling our attention to the vital importance of the living beings represented. The lightness and fragility of these beings contrast with the strength and resistance of aluminum and steel,
witnesses of their extraordinary tenacity.
SCULPTURES IN 2 MUSEUMS:
- MUSEO PAPALOTE in Mexico City
- JEWISH MUSEUM in Casale Monferrato, Italy
SCULPTURES IN PUBLIC PLACES:
- Porto Rotondo at the Costa Smeralda in Sardinia, Italy
- Rome, at the Mexican Embassy, Italy
- Treviso, at the Winery: 47 Anno Domini, Italy
- Bolzano, at Palais Campofranco, Italy
Chelita's sculptures are unique. They are made with bright, colorless aluminum plates, anodized in different colors, hammered, and bright stainless steel and corten steel. The plates are assembled with stainless steel screws and bolts. The lightness of aluminum allows this sculptures to move with the wind. Thanks to the total reflection properties of up to 98% of this shiny aluminum, her sculptures reflect natural and artificial light and blend into the environment, taking on the colors of nature as a reflection. With these works Chelita wants to bring light and joy.