René Lalique. 1924 Source de la Fontaine 'Ariane'

René Lalique. 1924 Source de la Fontaine 'Ariane'

Davide Salvadore at the Traver Gallery.  Using a lively, gestural visual language, Davide Salvadore reinterprets and reinvigorates traditional African symbols. He employs mostly earth tones in his work, punctuated by splashes of brilliant color bringing to mind the crisp blue sky of the desert or the bright hues of African textiles. Areas of intense carving create a rhythmic quality in the work; while the sensuous, organic forms at times appear to be breathing.

Davide Salvadore at the Traver Gallery. Using a lively, gestural visual language, Davide Salvadore reinterprets and reinvigorates traditional African symbols. He employs mostly earth tones in his work, punctuated by splashes of brilliant color bringing to mind the crisp blue sky of the desert or the bright hues of African textiles. Areas of intense carving create a rhythmic quality in the work; while the sensuous, organic forms at times appear to be breathing.

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