A look at Teodosio Sectio Aurea’s creations and one would quickly surmise that they belong in a modern art museum. The free-standing pieces look nothing more than a contortion of metal and wire and a couple of the potted flower sculptures might even look like they belong in a garage sale. However, shine a light at it and angle it just the right way and the shadows cast against the walls will take anyone’s breath away. Abstract meets reality as the tangled wires project the silhouette of a woman in an effeminate pose, a couple sharing a kiss, and even a flamenco dancer’s movement captured midway through her dance. In addition, Aurea puts thought in selecting which metal or wire to manipulate in connection with the shadow it will project. For example, the cherry blossom tree symbolizes feminine beauty and it is exactly what it displays and The Vitruvian Man is made up of what looks like DNA pieces. The Greek artist further elevates his work by manipulating his chosen medium to cast a spitting image of historical artworks by artists such as Picasso, Michelangelo, and Da Vinci.