These sculptures are mainly symbolic; they refer to a geographical-physical-anthropological and moral environment still strongly present in today's daily life, containing references to the myth and archetype that brings individual memories, collective and unconscious global. They depict characters: earth-men, gods, tribal chiefs, warriors, shepherds, peasants..., defined by constitutive elements that characterise them: costumes, weapons, command sticks, shields, arches, bull horns, moons and half-moons that are reminiscent of the archaic cultures of Sardinia. "These figures, as if obtained from portions of rocks or animals, are often flanked by stylised iconographies of boats: the nuragic ship is also used by me in the widest and most up-to-date sense of the metaphor of travel and discovery; in addition, other elements appear, such as tools and artefacts that evoke, in their essentiality, the marvellous examples of the small bronzes from the distant nuragic civilisation". Such signs and symbols, like even the sculptures found near such places, had an essentially votive function and were connected to religious cults and therefore to be referred to the spheres of the spiritual and the art.