Peach blossom marble;
A rock block is been cutted down keeping natural one of his sides. The block is 152 cm tall as the same distance which stands from the artist's mouth to the ground. The base is 25 cm larger and rising up the block shrinks till join the width of 6 cm, as the width of the artist mouth. The block is 70 cm as long as the distance covered by a little piece of paper blown away by the artist through a table. The upper side of the block is mirror polished, smooth as a blow while the other sides of the sculpture stay rough.
The artwork is the portrait of a moment, of a route, the one of a piece of paper blown away by the artist, It's the portrait of a blow, the solidification of a soft blown through the weight and the resistence of the stone.