“Imagination is the beginning of creation. You imagine what you desire, you will what you imagine, and at last, you create what you will” – George Bernard Shaw
A mural is any piece of artwork painted or applied directly on a wall, ceiling or other large permanent surface. A distinguishing characteristic of mural painting is that the architectural elements of the given space are harmoniously incorporated into the picture. For us mural is beyond the classical definition, the supreme art. Perfect concordance between architecture, furniture textures and colors generates unique spaces of a special refinement.
I knew the craft gild the best Italian specialists. Over the years we have accumulated vast experience so through creativity and passion, craft became art.
Gold leaf has traditionally been most popular and most common in its use as gilding material for decoration of art (including statues and Eastern Christian icons) or the picture frames that are often used to hold or decorate paintings, mixed media, small objects (including jewelry) and paper art. Gold glass is gold leaf held between two pieces of glass, and was used for decorated Ancient Roman vessels, where some of the gold was scraped off to form an image, as well as tesseraegold mosaics. "Gold-ground" paintings, where the background of the figures was all in gold, was introduced in mosaics in later Early Christian art, and then used in icons and Western panel paintings until the late Middle Ages; all techniques use gold leaf. Gold leaf is also used in Buddhist art to decorate statues and symbols. Gold leafing can also be seen on domes in religious and public architecture. "Gold" frames made without leafing are also available for a considerably lower price, but traditionally some form of gold or metal leaf was preferred when possible and gold leafed (or silver leafed) moulding is still commonly available from many of the companies that produce commercially-available moulding for use as picture frames.
Decorative painting is the work of artists who adorn objects rather than surfaces. It reflects profound beliefs and feelings and also incorporates lettering and symbols. Many attempts have been made to explain the origin of decorative painting; the urge of decorative painting is even seen in cave painting. For us furniture painting is more than a decorative art. Painted furniture is part of the decor, space, part of the limited himself by custom symbols.