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Bohumil Eliáš Jr.-Two - Art Glass Sculpture-E-JR-TWO Bohumil Eliáš Jr.-Two - Art Glass Sculpture-E-JR-TWO Bohumil Eliáš Jr.-Two - Art Glass Sculpture-E-JR-TWO Bohumil Eliáš Jr.-Two - Art Glass Sculpture-E-JR-TWO Bohumil Eliáš Jr.-Two - Art Glass Sculpture-E-JR-TWO

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"Two" was created solely to honor every single person affected by the tragic day of 9/11 in New York City. Masterful, breathtaking and awe-inspiring. This exceptional work shows how Bohumil Eliáš Jr. has expanded upon the artistic techniques pioneered and taught to him by his father, one of the most influential Czech glass artists, Bohumil Eliáš (1937-2005). As a painter, Eliáš Jr. utilizes glass as his canvas and then layers the painted glass together creating three dimensional, architectural sculptures.

The large, tall columns of "Two" are bordered in a deep blue. Inside, one of the columns emulates the colors of a warm sunset with the other emulating the colors a soft moon rise. Created as a monument, the columns stand powerfully side by side in remembrance of the Twin Towers.

Art Glass Sculpture Details

Sculpture's Name: Two
Sculpture Style: Contemporary Art Glass Sculpture
Type of Glass: Optical Glass
Glass Colors: Blue
Green
Red
Glass Finish: Polished
Sculpture Dimensions: 54cm tall
15cm across
8cm deep
Markings: Signed by the Artist
Year Created: 2005
Artist's Edition: One of a Kind

Artist Details

Artist's Name: Bohumil Eliáš Jr.
Artist's Location: Czech Republic
Artist's Technique: Cut, Bonded and Painted

Bohumil Eliáš, Jr.

Born in 1980 to a family of artists, Czech artist Bohumil Eliáš, Jr. strives to create a harmony of color and shape with precision and reason. From 2001 to 2007 he studied at the Academy of Fine Arts in Prague in the Department of Figurative Sculpture under Professor Jan Hendrych.

Elias, Jr. continues some of the aspects of his late father Bohumil Eliáš's techniques, but in a contemporary interpretation. Similar to his father, he layers glass, but rather than simply painting on the glass, Elias, Jr. manipulates the composite glass by sculpting it in careful stages and then uses a special glass paint to achieve depth and movement within his pieces.

A frequent motif in the artist's work is architectural elements alongside abstract, natural forms with an overall minimalistic style. It seems to be a comment on the way man can alter nature. However, because of the delicacy and meticulousness with line, the opposing elements merge together in a harmonious composition with the glass.

 


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