Expect to climb to reach this enigmatic piazza. Encoded symbolism in the ornamented walls whisper hints of great meaning and import. This piazza is surrunded by monastic buildings and a secret garden with a magical view. This is the headquarters of the Knights of Malta, also known as the Knights of St. John. Specially shaped, cut, and lifted elements evoke the “Cloistered Court” energetic sense or vibe here.
Each of these art pieces illustrate the extraordinary, people-magnet places described in my book, Enlightened Rome: Discover the Magic of Piazzas and Public Spaces in Rome, Italy. This sculpture features the piazza’s open space as positive, and the building areas as negative. The cut, lifted elements highlight the character of the singular energy of this piazza. Heavy, art papers. Contrast art paper background similar color as shown, or alternate contrast color paper by request. Hand cut in white. Dimensions, 8” square ( or 20.32 cm square). Depth varies. Suitable for framing in a 10” or 12” shadow box frame. Frame not included.