Malvina Middleton

Malvina started to use glass in her work as an established artist whose paintings were in collection of the State Gallery of Cyprus. Her artistic methodology includes patterns, colors, strong expression, and perfectly balanced compositions. She uses glass like blank canvas which she then covers with colored light.
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Ivan Mareš

The artist’s large objects, that demand great efforts of time and patience and that take him months to create, using complicated forms and precise planning, are full of a plastic and pictorial force that clearly reveals the tension between the dimensions and the fragility of the material glass.READ MORE

Petr Vlček

His geometric sculptures resemble mysterious, communicative signs and seem as though one could communicate by them with alien civilizations. These signs develop on the objects’ surfaces through the interplay of light and shade, or they develop as a result of the object’s construction itself.
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Matyas Pavlik

The artist lived for much of his life in the United States, Mexico and Portugal before returning to his home country. He was artistically inspired by the various cultures. Thus, for example, the time that he spent in Mexico influenced not only his aesthetic style but also his understanding of the importance of colours.

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Eva Vlčková

Eva Vlčková combines the austere architectural form with smooth, round shapes, and thereby achieves a special tension. The translucent reflections that softly shine through the surface additionally shape the inside of the objects soften the severe architecture and give the object soft, feminine contours.
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Tomáš Brzon

The artist works with simple geometrical shapes, reflections and optical illusions using cut and polished glass surfaces. His well thought-out and perfect cut reflects light, creating contours and geometric shapes within the sculpture, in this way he is able to capture the nature of glass using his primary attributes.
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