Art Vases ‘Hearts for Vaclav’ by Jan Falta


Golden Hearts

Delivery Time: 7-10 days

L: 20cm x D: 20cm x H: 20cm
2 kg

Art Vases ‘Hearts for Vaclav’ by Jan Falta

Hearts for Vaclav can be found within of Jan’s art vases, Golden Collection. Striking gold lines crisscross around the vase creating a mesh.  Placed in such a way that windows, heart in shape, give view into the vase. The vase itself is polished to a high gloss to give wondrous reflections. The colour and style of these art vases present a truly modern persona. It is clear that it belongs to Jan’s glass art bowls series.

Hearts for Vaclav by Jan Falta is one of his golden art vases which calls out to be loved.

Art Vases Artist

Glass artist Jan Falta was born in 1979 in the Czech Republic.  At 14 years old Jan went to Nový Bor (SPŠ sklářská) traditional school for glass making.  It was here that he studied the conception of art glass.  Specialising in cold working, glass cutting and grinding.  Jan remained a further two years at  Nový Bor (VOŠ sklářská), the Higher professional glass school where he studied Art glass creations.

Falta has a flexible and universal approach to glass. Jan creates and presents his work in Novy Bor, a traditional centre of Czech Glass Making that has inspired legions of glassmakers and given them a home for their glass artistry.

Inspired by the natural elements that surround us.  Jan delves deep into the beauty and diversity, the geometry and array of colours that sit within our everyday lives. It is no surprise that Cubism, Art Deco and principally pop art are his favourite art styles. He combines these movements together and utilises them individually to create a collection of works that are both inspired and inspirational.

Jan’s work has been exhibited throughout Europe and worked with Jean-Michel Othoniel and the late Borek Sipek.  His work has attracted the admiration of famous actors and musicians, Phil Collins and Sean Connery both have acquired his work.

His pieces can be found in some of the finest fine art glass collections and museums and his reputation continues to grow year on year. He transmutes a simple medium into a cornucopia of styles and pieces that reflect his multiple talents as both a glassmaker and glass cutter.

Weight 2 kg
Dimensions 20 × 20 × 20 cm


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