Spanning vases, bottles, vessels and abstract sculptures, each form communicates gentle movement and organic flow. The surfaces of some pieces are enhanced with graphic carved patterns, while others are left plane or with the cracks of the wood visible. In his art process, particularly in the series Muluvenice, the artist exposes his pieces to fire for longer than is common practice in woodturning, exaggerating its effects and allowing such natural elements to design the flow of lines, defects, and colours.
Like spiritual beings emerging from dark corners, the long wooden silhouettes are meant to evoke awe and wonder in the one who happens upon them. This series is inspired by the Underworlds of ancient cultures like the Etruscans and other Italic populations, and earlier pre-neolithic cultures, reflecting their desire to raise prayers to the heavens. Hence the dark textured pieces, the red stains and the long necks pointing skywards.