The primitive landscapes and trees sculpted by Pier Giorgio Balocchi often feature shallow etches and sudden flickers that highlight the sharp contrast between the surfaces of shadows and objects. Yet, at the same time, they appear to feature the three-dimensional characteristics of a flattened sculpture. Only the relative flatness of the composition removes the perspective of a natural space. Utilizing a roundabout gentle arc curvature, this work not only features green fields for a soothing motif and foundation, but also focuses on wild vegetation in full bloom that penetrates the tough, vigorous lines and facades. The endless vitality of the Tuscany sun is ignited onto the marble canvas.
- Awards：Selected for 2001 Hualien International Stone Sculpture Festival
- Administration： Hualien County Cultural Affairs Bureau Keep
- Location：Hualien County Cultural Affairs Bureau Campus