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Monumento al 3 Reggimento Granatieri (Monument to the Third Regiment of the Granadiers), 1983. Travertine and copper, 300 x 600 x 80 cm.
Monumento funebre Famiglia Pecci-Basso (Tomb of the Pecci-Basso family), 1979. Forged iron, 300 x 250 x 40 cm.
Livio and Flora celebrate with 'thumbs up.’ Behind them two posters Livio designed for the Corteo Storico and the Corteo delle Dame. Livio wears his South Carolina cap.
Brochure for Incontro nell’Arte: Aiken in Orvieto.
Chiostro di San Giovanni now known as the Palazzo del Gusto; view overlooking the hillside below.
Art gallery in the Palazzo del Gusto.
Flora, Pia Custodi and friend, Livio and Massimo Bori.
Leslie Alexander and Al Beyer at the Mostra.
Livio with Marte, pianeta immaginato (Mars, Imagined Planet). Acrylic on canvas with ceramic addition, approximately 2 x 1.3 m.
Orvieto Città Unita, 2004, created with Nicola Boccini (right). Refractory clay over steel armature, decorated with copper rings, 9.6 m. tall, 3 m. diagonal at base.
Maestro Valentini with members of the Scuola d’Arte Romano Ranieri in Deruta.
Livio Valentini with maquette for Orvieto Città Unita, 2004 in Deruta.; Orvieto Città Unita, 2004 in Deruta. Steel armature for finished sculpture.
Livio Valentini glazing a decoration for Orvieto Città Unita, 2004 in Deruta.
Attaching one ceramic panel to the armature of Orvieto Città Unita. Reverse side of one panel with bolts.
Livio Valentini with Orvieto Città Unita. The panels rise on the armature.
Livio Valentini and Erika Bizzarri examine a ceramic symbol for Orvieto Città Unita in Deruta. Livio and Nicola Boccini glazing ceramic symbols.
Attaching copper bands to Orvieto Città Unita, 2004.
Pozzo di San Patrizio in Orvieto; copper bands on Orvieto Città Unita, 2004.
Livio Valentini on cherry picker working on Orvieto Città Unita.
Bob, Livio and Fabrizio Trequattrini in Orvieto.
Livio, Erika and Nicola Boccini with the glazed ceramic symbols for Orvieto Città Unita in Deruta.
Livio Valentini glazing ceramic symbols for Orvieto Città Unita in Deruta.
Spheres on glazed ceramic symbol for Orvieto Città Unita, 2004.
Bob, Erika and Livio in his apartment in Orvieto.
The Alexander, Valentini and Custodi families in Orvieto.
Bob Alexander interviews Livio Valentini in the Ruth Patrick Education Center.
Livio in his studio in Orvieto.
Video kiosk in the Etherredge Center showing the history of Galassia.
Rocca Ripensena graveyard with tomb of Livio Orazio Valentini.
Magia del mare (Magic of the Sea) on the Tomb of Livio Orazio Valentini.
Tomb of Livio Orazio Valentini. Magia del mare tondo was glazed by the Maestro himself.
Flora Bruno Valentini today; Livio in portrait with sculpture.
Flora Valentini with daughters Cristiana, Francesca and Silvia.
Logo for the Associazione Livio Orazio Valentini, design inspired by his bird platter.