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Re: Czech glass / mnemonics drawings
« Reply #50 on: April 03, 2015, 12:05:01 AM »
Preparing for an upcoming exhibition: "furniture artist."
My piece is called "laboratory". In it there is a lot of wood and a little Czech glass.




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Re: Czech glass / mnemonics drawings
« Reply #51 on: April 05, 2015, 01:58:06 PM »
The designs of Josef Hospodka to Chřibská are usually floral inspiration (something Italianate?).
 This 1958 is its short flower, therefore we think tender, and we've made some portraits.
They come in different colors and subtle shades of white.

   


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Re: Czech glass / mnemonics drawings
« Reply #52 on: April 05, 2015, 04:02:23 PM »
Thanks to Mr. Turnip, which in this forum opened a thread with this title.
 >> http://www.glassmessages.com/index.php/topic,54189.10.html

  I found it so appropriate that took it as motto for my mnemonic drawing.
      Designers like: Lipsky / Hlava / Wunsch / Oliva / Matura ... got to pieces of Exbor
      an unmistakable stamp of a unsettling beauty and perfection.

   


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Re: Czech glass / mnemonics drawings
« Reply #53 on: April 07, 2015, 01:24:56 PM »
Here are the Vizner vises. The name is appropriate, for without doubt in the mind of the teacher was this object as a formal reference.
 Only an artist like Vizner can transcend a common object and lead to the divine.
                         Divine vise !!


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Re: Czech glass / mnemonics drawings
« Reply #54 on: April 09, 2015, 10:01:28 AM »
When you see a piece of perfect crystal: in its proportions, its modulated waveforms, serene imposing its presence very quiet way ....
                               That's a Václav Hanuš.
 Here is his siñorita a cornerstone of great sensuality.
Is an untouchable lady unstable and virginal elegance; anyone who dares to take her in his hands will forever remain committed .

 

** This Master we have dedicated several of our drawings-mnemonics and still come any more.


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Re: Czech glass / mnemonics drawings
« Reply #55 on: April 13, 2015, 07:55:34 AM »
This design of Max Kannegiesser, irregular oval enameled in bright colors, has been very popular.
With it's. classic line of Borské assumed airs of abstract modern informality.
We suppose that "Nemo", refers to the character of Jules Verne's novel: Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea.
Those ovals should therefore be marine inspiration; But the cheerful bubbling of balloons, also reminiscent of champagne and sparkling wines.
 We think it is because this joyous association that has been so successful.
Counting, of course, with Borské glass quality.

 


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Re: Czech glass / mnemonics drawings
« Reply #56 on: April 15, 2015, 03:43:11 PM »
Here I met a Jiří Brabec and Jaroslav Svoboda, for his passion for the drops.
Those of Brabec are denser, controlled, geometric. The most liquid, scattered, random Svoboda.
Both pay tribute to the raw material, the glass flux.
In their designs displayed as finishing what was at first: curl curl, bite the tail.
Subjugated by the soft forms of a plastic universe, dream like Dali in Time: soft, continuous and present.

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Aquí  he reunido a Jiří Brabec y Jaroslav Svoboda,por su pasión por las gotas.
Las de Brabec son más densas, controladas, geométricas. Las de Svoboda más líquidas, dispersas, azarosas.
Ambos rinden homenaje a la materia prima, al cristal fundente.
En sus diseños muestran como acabado lo que fue en un principio: rizan el rizo, muerden la cola.
Subyugados por las formas blandas de un universo plástico, sueñan como Dalí, en un Tiempo: blando, continuo y presente.




 

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