Pinuccio Sciola Pietre Sonore on the waterfront at Golfo Aranci: the magic of the sound of stones makes them true natural musical instruments
Pinuccio Sciola A Golfo Aranci
Giuseppe 'Pinuccio' Sciola was born in 1942 in San Sperate near Cagliari in Sardinia. He is a famous Sardinian sculptor known internationally for his natural works. Sciola is a complete artist who, travelling and experiencing the world He creates sculptures that reproduce the deepest and most ancestral aspects of nature.
Sciola Pietre Sonore A Golfo Aranci
From a material that is superficially inert, Pinuccio Sciola creates true works of art which can be play by all. Referring to Sardinian monoliths, thus taking up ancient artistic traditionsthe sculptor creates real musical instruments. Means through which it is possible to create sound waves that move deep emotions.
A Golfo Aranci during a simple walk along the promenade the "Pietre Sonore by Pinuccio Sciola"are present, playable and admirable.
Le Vele: Environmental Art For All
Culture promoter at society is a pillar and spokesman for the recovery and preservation of popular traditions through the enhancement of materials and natural environments.
Research and experimentation animate his life as a complete artist, experiencing art as inclusion and appreciation of the beauty of nature is the cornerstone of the artistic current that carries Pinuccio Sciola's work around the world.
On the seafront of Golfo Aranci you can see "The Sails of Pinuccio Sciola"and also play them.
Photo Pietre Sonore Pinuccio Sciola
The Artist Pinuccio Sciola: Life and Works
Sciola's sculptures at Golfo Aranci are accompanied by information boards. Here is the photograph and the text printed on the Golfo Aranci infographics placed next to the installations.
Where to see works by Pinuccio Sciola: Giardino Sonoro
Pinuccio Sciola's sculptures and works are scattered all over the world.
To see some of his works, just take a walk on the waterfront of Golfo Aranci where Le Vele and Le Pietre Sonore are present.
A San Sperate near Cagliari you can visit the "Sound Garden" - the PS Museum curated by the Sciola Foundation. The Giardino Sonoro houses Sciola's works and embodies his principles. Walking through the town of San Sperate, it is possible to admire more than 400 murals and over 100 permanent installations.
You can see everything from above or... from the water