Author: Stefania Mussolino
Material: Fire-glazed terracotta
Horns are also a key element of Neapolitan folklore. The expression "tien e ccorn" is also used in Neapolitan, and contrary to what it may seem, it does not indicate a real offense.
In fact, it is used for particularly clever and alert children, despite their age. «So scetati - as they say in dialect - tenene e ccorn».
Stefania Mussolino established herself over time as a Neapolitan artisan and artist thanks to a personal and artistic research, moved by the desire to give shape to beauty through materials recovered almost everywhere and transformed into "frames".
In his creations you can discover the history, the folklore, the contrasts, the traditions of the Neapolitan culture. His sculptures catapult you into the heart of Naples, among the alleys of the historic center, a dense network of narrow streets full of history, art and local specialties full of antitheses that magically come together and "work". Thus the sacred approaches the profane and tradition discovers new forms to give life to beauty.
Her project of "Le mani" represents a sculptural collection, the result of a study by the artist and craftswoman, carried out on the world of gestures: a set of different colors and decorations with which to give or treat yourself to many objects with which to have fun decorating the own home.