The work donated to the Hospice by Sissi was initially part of a large display presented at Palazzo Crepadonna in Belluno at an exhibition for Artist of the Year (2005). The work designed for that first exhibition has grown and evolved over the years: initially it formed a type of wall, while now Macchie (Stains) is composed of dozens of panels of paper towels laid over one another, painted with coloured inks, and stitched together on a fabric backing. Once again, Sissi has demonstrated her manual dexterity creating yet another masterpiece, where sheets of paper appear to be the corolla of exotic flowers; the entire composition seems to represent a wonderful TV screen that shows nothing but glorious colour. Here is yet another example of the artist’s wonderful creative skills in poetic works that have no beginning and no end. An artist who is able to express herself in infinite ways to create art forms that are all-embracing and in harmony with all the senses.