Optical Glass Sculptures ‘Maly Argo II’ by Vlastislav Janáček
Janacek’s optical glass sculptures are truly mesmerising, and ‘Maly Argo II’ is no exception. Precision cut to create an eye-catching abstract shape that brings to mind the sun rising over the ocean. Or maybe you see a sailboat or something else entirely?
This beautiful glass sculpture features the primary colours of blue and yellow. It is cut with precision and flair and polished to a dazzling finish.
Make a luxurious statement in your home or office when you choose this stunning piece of glass art.
Limited edition of just seven pieces. Each one is hand made, numbered and signed by the artist.
N.B. The optical glass sculpture will be sent directly from the artist’s studio in The Czech Republic, therefore please allow at least 5-7 working days for delivery.
Optical Glass Sculptures Artist
His career in glass art started by working with a glass cutter. From there, he went on to study at the School of Applied Arts in Kamenický Šenov. There, under the leadership of Prof. V. Klein, he honed his glass artist skills and graduated in 1989. Since 1990 Vlastislav has been concentrating on creating his own beautifully modern and very colourful, optical glass sculptures. He has had many solo and group exhibitions across Europe and the USA.
Vlastislav Janáček is a glass designer with a keen eye for glass and how to create pieces that reflect and refract light to dazzling effect. His pieces are bold and uncompromising and will definitely make a statement in your home. They bring a welcome dash of brightness to the Art Glass market.
It is very simple to talk about my work – I just love glass. I am not really looking for the quantity effects that the material offer. What I am trying to do is to discover is the inner origin and peculiar world of the glass. What about my themes? They come spontaneously. They are everywhere around as – the relationship between people, nature, music … One has only to look and listen.
I will be totally happy if I manage to touch somebody with my work and bring my feelings and perceptions to others through my glass objects.