Gorni, or "Nino", is as committed to painting as he is to sculpture, transforming
into graphic signs both the emotions, which are contained in colour, and
the plasticity of shapes. He uses his paintings to insert human figures,
which he favours and which he portrays and characterises with great expressiveness.
lives are well defined and, consequently, composite
in their shapes and colour. His true ability as a painter transpires from
them. His ability as sculptor
also shines thanks to his talent in transforming an inspiration into a
material creation. He achieves this by tapping all his creative power
and capturing the interest of the viewer.
prefers to carve wood as it is through wood that his story-telling is best
achieved. Sometimes the forms are baroque but they have the capacity to
be enjoyed freely in the present. Nino, is, therefore, a complete artist,
who, on the arduous road of art, proves to be entirely reliable thanks to
his seriousness and commitment.