"Stone painting" is probably not the best combination for the amazing works of Stefano Furlani to describe, but his works are so unusual that it is difficult for them to find the right words.An Italian artist searches for suitable stones on the beach and lays them out to create complex and amazing compositions.
Stefano Furlani discovered this fascinating art form with his son Davide when he was 3 years old.They combed the beach in search of stones with a strange and unusual shape and then placed them on the sand under an umbrella in the form of various patterns.
Over time, both became familiar with this “game” and began to create more complex and detailed works of art, but at some point Stefano was disappointed that the images he and his son created so hard ultimately destroyed others and trampled on people at the beach.That is why he started to create these compositions of stones on solid canvases and save them as real pictures.
Although some works by Stefano Furlani may seem simplified at first glance, a closer look shows how well the stones are combined, suggesting that the artist spends a lot of time looking for the perfect combination.He not only pays attention to the shape and size of the stones, but also to the color that makes his work look like real paintings.
So if you need inspiration to start your own DIY stone art, check out the pictures below.