Technical skill and the search for perfection characterize the approach of the ceramist Giovanna Baldelli. Her passion is influenced by the potters of the village of Fratte Rosa in the Pesaro hills and by the encounter, in 1982, with the painter and ceramist from Fano Bruno Radicioni, from whom she learned the technique of majolica decoration. Since then, her creative predisposition, the link with the history and craftsmanship of the area have been expressed through ceramic art in all its facets. Consistent with her manual ability, in search of new forms of expression through a reinterpretation of traditional techniques, Baldelli creates harmonious artifacts, characterized by Baroque, Renaissance and naturalistic influences. The use of metallic luster such as pure gold, copper and platinum enhance the brightness of the objects, embellishing them. With an eye to new techniques, materials and collaborations; and with the desire to convey her experience with dedication.