Sulle Ali della Libertà

Unique artwork

Polychrome terracotta

Wild and free, here is the most famous of the winged horses that the Greeks called Pegasus.
In shaping the clay, Carlo Zoli gave it a triple life form, flying towards freedom. Three is the perfect number, the ideal balance or condition to overcome any obstacle.
The vitality and power of the horse, combined with the lightness of the wings and the ability to liberate itself from weight of gravity, makes it an example of audacity, a symbol of the soul of the artist who rises with inspiration beyond the earthly dimension, which, however, it cannot ignore. The winged horses unite the earth and the sky, they are covered with patinas that are reminiscent of the warm shades of nature but they hover like suspended spirits, looking for adventure among the infinite possibilities.