Rita Miranda's sculptures, whose shapes are reminiscent of prehistoric fossils unearthed from the depths, give the impression that they might begin to move from one moment to the next. They are not motionless, static structures, nor mere abstractions of an inspiration derived from the natural sciences, but the dynamic impulse of a personal, sensitive and elegant interpretation of the doctrines of nature.
Each individual item by Rita Miranda is unique and inimitable: any tiny variations in the shapes or colours are intrinsic characteristics of the technique adopted by the artist (raku and porcelain) and can be considered an added value and testament to work done entirely by hand.
Technique: slab construction, raku technique, smoke firing.
Cleaning, maintenance, care: to remove any dust residues that may accumulate, simply use an ordinary dusting cloth or, at most, a slightly damp cloth. Do not use chemical products as these can alter the original appearance of the work. Do not expose to direct sunlight. Do not display outdoors.