Since the early middle ages Bohema belonged to the glass making countries. The excellent quality of the material, the individual and artistic processing were the trade marks of the Bohemian glass artists. During the second half of the Fifties, Czech artists detected the capability of glass for expression initiating the origin of the glass sculpture. Since this time the material glass has succeeded as a new art direction, whereby today the Czech glass artists undoubtably belong to the wolrdwide top of this art. The success has its origins in the long tradition as well as in the outstanding and unique ten-year lasting education, which consists in most cases of the studies at one of the glass schools and the subsequent studies at the Prague Academy Of Applied Arts. This comprehensive education implies the perfect skill as well the artistic realization.
Peter Bremers is a master of light, depicting the sublimity that occurs in nature in his sculptures. He does not want to imitate or follow, but express his sensitivity to miracles as a person and artist. His fascination for the cultural and natural diversity of our planet is one of his greatest inspirations.
Jančovič primarily uses geometric morphology, typically derived from a square surface or cube volume. By using optical glass and colored glass, he creates optical dynamic in fixed static geometric forms, depending on observer´s viewpoint. By thinning the glass, gradients of color tones are formed.