"[In this pictorial theme, Loredana] feels everywhere the "silence of the innocent", she perceives [...] the horror of the voiceless victims, voices deformed by pain, lives extinguished in the bulb. In the bulb, in the womb, in the mother's protected garden, a possible life is debated, in precarious equilibrium.

Her feminine painting is obsessively maternal, her motherhood is that of Pachamama, the mother earth that is losing her fertility, the great mother slowly extinguished by genetically modified crops, fertilizers, defoliants that burn the furrows like phosphorus, napalm [that] burns the bodies."
(Piero Del Giudice, 2006)