|Prato della Valle, Padova|
I like going there. Often they show textile work. This time I discovered the work of Leda Guerra.
|Dione e Afrodite, 1992|
She is a textile artist. The exhibit highlighted her work from the 1990's to present.
I like the way the soft fabric seemed to turn into stone in some of her works.
|Omaggio a Doré- Virgilio e Dante, 2009,|
We later returned to the gallery for a ballet which was extremely satisfying for me as my first career was in dance. I appreciated the choreography and its connection to the textile artwork .
A violinist played as the dancer made her way around the artwork. She wore a costume made by the artist.
The audience followed the dancer and the musician around the gallery.
|The three artists with Leda Guerra in the centre.|
Art for all the senses.