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Re: Czech glass / mnemonics drawings
« Reply #60 on: April 28, 2015, 01:11:36 AM »
=Matura Natural=
Los cristales antropomórficos de Matura son toda una excepción  en el panorama del cristal checo moderno.
Resulta lógico pues el movimiento moderno prefiere de un lenguaje abstracto antes que naturalista.
Adolf se siente clásico con sus “ángeles OK” y sus rostros impasibles o compungidos.
Es un mérito de MATURA haber resuelto este imposible: ser  moderno de manera NATURAL.
*En este dibujo, en un juego, le hemos añadido orejas a sus caras sirviéndonos de una de sus fuentes Rudolfova .
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= Matura Natural =
Matura anthropomorphic crystals are a real exception in the panorama of modern Czech glass.
 It makes sense because modernism prefer an abstract language before naturalist.
Adolf classic feel with their "angels OK" and their faces impassive or watery eyes.
MATURA is a credit to have solved this impossible:  be modern of NATURAL way.
* In this drawing, in a game, we have added him to their ears faces serving us one of their dishes Rudolfova.




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Re: Czech glass / mnemonics drawings
« Reply #61 on: May 05, 2015, 02:45:51 AM »
= Disco Schmid =
Poco sabemos de Jan Schmid, solo que 1960 fue su año de gloria.
Entre sus diseños, hoy destacamos este Disco  [  Libochovice -nº 3221/30 – 1960 ] de un rigor geométrico implacable.
Se posa sobre unas burbujas de cristal que, aunque recuerdan, no son las del plástico para embalar (inventado dos años antes en 1957)
ni las luces led de los semáforos actuales. Su curvatura óptica se hermana a las de Vasarely
y con su juego de falsas dimensiones: abre ventanas a un futuro que no conocemos.
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= Disco Schmid =
We know little about Jan Schmid, except that 1960 was his year of glory.
Among his designs, today we highlight the Disco [Libochovice -No 3221/30 - 1960] a relentless geometry.
It settles on a glass bubble, but remember, are not those of bubble wrap (invented two years earlier in 1957)
and the current LED lights traffic lights. Its optical curvature ,Vasarely sister,
 to play with false dimensions: windows open to a future we do not know.






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Re: Czech glass / mnemonics drawings
« Reply #62 on: May 11, 2015, 10:34:15 AM »
=Věra Lisková=
Aquí tenemos a una Artista Genial creadora de un universo propio y reconocible. Siempre fue precoz, con una formación exquisita (nacida en una familia de artistas y restauradores)
sus profesores en Praga, aun siendo estudiante, le confiaron importantes trabajos y con 23 años su diseño de vajilla recibiría un premio Nacional.
Sus diseños para Moser ,alguno para Škrdlovice, obtendrían reconocimiento domestico e internacional.
A partir de 1965 se retira en su hermoso taller (que antes perteneció al Arquitecto cubista Josef Gočár) y desde las suaves colinas de su barrio burgués de Vinohrady
( del cual nunca se movería)se concentra en crear una obra singular de estructuras frágiles y monumentales que acabarían teniendo proyección internacional,
 rompiendo fronteras pese al aislamiento político de la época.
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= Věra Lisková =
Here we have a brilliant artist and creator of their own recognizable universe. He was always precocious, with exquisite training (born in a family of artists and restorers)
 teachers in Prague, even as a student, entrusted with important work and with 23 years design dinnerware receive a national award.
His designs for Moser, some for Škrdlovice, obtain domestic and international recognition.
From 1965 he retired to his beautiful workshop (previously belonged to the Cubist architect Josef Gočár) and from the gentle hills of the bourgeois district of Vinohrady
(which you never move) focuses on creating a fragile and monumental unique work of structures that would end up being international projection,
breaking Borders despite political isolation of the time.




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Re: Czech glass / mnemonics drawings
« Reply #63 on: May 16, 2015, 01:35:20 PM »
He solicitado a la poeta Silvia Grav, tomar fotografías de Kristal-Poesie.

I request to the poet Silvia Grav, take pictures of Kristal-Poesie.


Daniel Muriel by Silvia Grav  >> http://www.silviagrav.com/


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Re: Czech glass / mnemonics drawings
« Reply #64 on: May 21, 2015, 07:10:02 PM »
= Vladimir Klein =
Nacido en 1950. Se formó en la escuela de Vidrio de Kamenický Šenov ( de la que más tarde sería Profesor y Director).
También estudió en Praga con el profesor Stanislav Libenský. Produjo numerosos diseños de cristal seriado para el grupo Crystalex en Nový Bor.
 Pero su éxito y reconocimiento internacional lo obtuvo con sus piezas escultóricas de grandes bloques de cristal tallados a cincel, a la manera del escultor en piedra.
Su dominio de las técnicas de trabajo en frio- coldworking- le lleva a dar cursos por medio mundo ( Japon (Toyama Instituto), Alemania, Turquía…).
Muchos de sus diseños están inspirados en Oriente y juegan con conceptos como los de: Dualidad, Penetración o Vacío y paradojas como: la destrucción creadora.
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= Vladimir Klein =
Born in 1950. He trained at the glass school Kamenický Šenov (which later became Professor and Director).
He also studied in Prague with Professor Stanislav Libenský. Serially produced numerous designs for glass Crystalex Nový Bor group.
 But its success and it won international recognition with his sculptures of large blocks of chiseled glassin, the manner the sculptor in stone.
His mastery of the coldworking techniques  leads him to teach courses through the world (Japan (Toyama Institute), Germany, Turkey ...).
Many of his designs are inspired by Orient and play with concepts like: Duality, Penetration or Vacuum and paradoxes as:
creative destruction.

 

        * podemos ver algunas de sus obras y su forma de trabajar en este video >>       
                   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Fblf_NA0q2w
        * We can see some of his works and his way of working in this video >>


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Re: Czech glass / mnemonics drawings
« Reply #65 on: May 21, 2015, 08:27:27 PM »
Great stuff thanks,I wonder if anyone's shaping glass with high pressure water?i believe at certain bar pressures it can carve through anything.


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Re: Czech glass / mnemonics drawings
« Reply #66 on: May 22, 2015, 09:29:16 AM »
Thanks Bat20.
......* I do not understand the question.


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Re: Czech glass / mnemonics drawings
« Reply #67 on: May 22, 2015, 05:13:22 PM »
I was just wondering if any glass artists use agua de alta presion.


 



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