From a very early age, Oscar revealed a natural inclination to create and to shape; glass provided him with the material which allows him still today to experiment with and create new shapes. The use of clear glass, in particular, underscores the artist’s formal research because, almost paradoxically, the greater the transparency, the more clear-cut the lines appear, and the fuller the volumes. Developing twentieth century influences with originality, thanks to the drawings of his father Licio in part and inspired by his collaborations with many artists.
Oscar creates couples of lovers and figures of women in which the single parts, the head, the arms, the torso, the legs, blend together just as they seem to stand out distinctly. Or abstract transfigurations of action (Corrida), or natural elements (Rainbow) or even spatial elements, such as the exceptional Riccio. And abstract works entitled Astratti, which transmit a sense of being indefinite because they seem to reproduce the moment of a thought in fieri, which is all the more fascinating as such.