Bringing Italian inspiration into your home

Italy is one of my favorite places in the world. You can’t escape its rich history, stunning architecture and serene landscape, not to mention the delicious tasting food. 


Italy only further fed my passion for glass art when I lived in Murano in the Fall of 2016 to study under a Glass Master, travelling through the country as I had free time.


My latest work features various scenes in Italy explored in watercolor, featuring some of the breathtaking moments in nature that I wanted to capture. 


The first is “VENETIAN VIEWS”


I rented an apartment that overlooked the Venetian Lagoon and I would perch on my rooftop to watercolor the vibrant Grand Canal of Murano. 


Original Watercolor Kaleidoscoped in a Museum Quality Print on Lucite

44.5″ x 46.5″ x 1.5″ with a floating aluminum hanging system.


A wonderful way to admire the Grand Canal is on board a vaporetto. This water taxi is the main public transport in Venice. The canal was always abuzz with commercial boats laden with goods, and the boats tied up on either side seemed to nod in approval as they rose and I fell more in love with the little glass island day by day.


“TUSCAN HILLS” is from a watercolor I created during a visit to Tuscany. As the leaves were changing across the hills and the sunsets getting richer and rosier, I was inspired to capture the mesmerizing vineyards and hills. 


Original Watercolor Kaleidoscoped in a Museum Quality Print on Lucite

48″ x 48″ x 1.5″ with a floating aluminum hanging system


“CHIANTI CLASSIC” represents the Fall in Italy. I captured the leaves changing color across the hills on my visit to Tuscany. This watercolor painting captures the mesmerizing Chianti Hills as the sunsets were getting richer and rosier.


Original Watercolor Kaleidoscoped in a Museum Quality Print on Lucite Sculpture

20″ x 20″ x 1.5″ with a floating aluminum hanging system


Italy for me, is a county of love, sun, nature and beauty. Italians know how to enjoy art, food and they know how to love with their whole heart. 


I want to bring a little bit of “Italy” into people’s homes through this collection, capturing the beautiful landscapes that I was fortunate enough to witness during my travels there.