I went to Paul Donzella's opening
as usual, he and his crew did a
The pieces by Roberto Giulio Rida
are exquisitely crafted out of glass and wood,
you see mostly glass,
but technically there is PROBABLY more wood,
but glass is the skin to the bones.
If you know what I mean.
(I love when I give myself a hard time....)
I have no idea how costly these were,
but they had to be
because they were
These were really sweet.
Nice glass lozenge too.
These pieces were the stars of the show.
Kind of Gio Ponti meets Verner Panton
at Studio 54
for some blow
This piece was much more subdued,
but very chic.
All that thick crazy glass!
I kept thinking what a nightmare it must have been to get them
over from Milan.
(Paul told me 2 pieces had damage
from the long trip across the pond.
One can be fixed here,
but the other one has to go back to Milan,
and he estimated the shipping round trip would be $5000.)