Tree trunk sculpture in Rome's Orange Garden

Andrea Gandini creates tree stump sculpture on Rome's Aventine hill.

The young Roman artist Andrea Gandini has created a new tree trunk sculpture in the Giardini degli Aranci, Rome's Orange Garden on the Aventine hill.

The tree stump features a serene face, with eyes closed, and has flowers planted in its hollowed-out centre.

Gandini, who gained recognition several years ago for giving new life to Rome's tree stumps, has invited visitors to the Orange Garden to water the plant during the hot summer.

Photo Andrea Gandini

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Address Piazza Pietro D'Illiria, 00153 Roma RM, Italia

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Tree trunk sculpture in Rome's Orange Garden

Piazza Pietro D'Illiria, 00153 Roma RM, Italia

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