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Pavel Havelka-Daybreak Art Glass Object - Black and Red-96551-20 Pavel Havelka-Daybreak Art Glass Object - Black and Red-96551-20 Pavel Havelka-Daybreak Art Glass Object - Black and Red-96551-20 Pavel Havelka-Daybreak Art Glass Object - Black and Red-96551-20

Daybreak Art Glass Object - Black and Red

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Who needs coffee? DAYBREAK will always awaken your senses. Cutting edge contemporary. A brilliant ribbon of bright red glass is rising to a veil of darkness. A single bubble is captured by the red light of day. Cut to an angular pyramid shape, there are four sides with flat diagonal cuts. The base of this art glass object is slightly curved.

Art Glass Paperweight Details

Paperweight's Name: Daybreak
Paperweight's Shape: Pyramid
Type of Glass: Sodium-Potassium Glass
Glass Colors: Black
Red
Glass Finish: Polished
Paperweight Dimensions: 20cm tall
8cm across
8cm deep
Markings: Signed by the Artist
Artist's Collection: Solar Energy
Artist's Edition: Studio Production

Artist Details

Artist's Name: Pavel Havelka
Artist's Location: Czech Republic
Artist's Technique: Free-Blown and Cut

Pavel Havelka

Understanding of form and color is essential when working with glass as artistic medium. Young Pavel Havelka mastered both under the direction of Pavel Jezek during studies at School of Applied Arts for Glassmaking in Zelezny Brod, then Czechoslovakia.

He spent the next eight years perfecting his skills while working with hot glass at the Center for Fine Crafts and Arts in Skrdlovice. There he was mentored by established glass artists Frantisek Vizner and Petr Hora. In 1994 he was invited to work closely for five years with Jaroslav Svoboda, also one of the most respected Czech glass artists. During 1999 to 2006 he was responsible for artistic direction and production management at Glass Art Princ. Many Princ art glass designs in production today were created by him.  

In 2002 Pavel Havelka established his own studio. His interest lays in finishing the surface of art glass – cutting, polishing, grinding, and other, mostly forgotten, techniques. Of interest is the interplay of form and decorative detailing of glass surface, inspired by nature; decoration and depth of art glass with proportion of object; and quality craftsmanship, for which Czech glass is known.

His works are featured in the Museum of Applied Arts and Design, Prague, Permanent Collection and published in New Glass Review, Corning Museum of Glass, USA, 2009. In addition Havelka’s work appears in many private collections in the United States, Germany, Russia, the United Arab Emirates and Taiwan.


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