Artist

Vladimira Klumpar

“My organic and vocabulary of shapes and colors is drawn from the natural world, and its structure. Sometimes I combine these aesthetics with geometry of shapes and rhythm.” Vladimira Klumpar

“Once the object is constructed, I have the tendency to find in it – transformed and shifted – images, impressions, facts that have moved me deeply .....

“My organic and vocabulary of shapes and colors is drawn from the natural world, and its structure. Sometimes I combine these aesthetics with geometry of shapes and rhythm.” Vladimira Klumpar

“Once the object is constructed, I have the tendency to find in it – transformed and shifted – images, impressions, facts that have moved me deeply (often
unbeknownst me), forms I feel are very close to me, thought I am not often incapable of identifying them, which makes them even more troubling” Alberto Giacomett

Vladimira Klumpar was born in the Czech Republic in 1954 and began her studies at the Specialized School of Glassmaking High School in Zelezny Brod. She completes her studies nearly a decade later at the renowned Academy of Applied Arts in Prague under the tutorship of renowned artist Professor Stanislav Libensky. Klumpar is the recipient of a Pollock-Krasner Foundation Grant. Her work has been widely exhibited in Europe and the Americas and is represented in public and private collections on both continents.

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Thank you for celebrating the first annual

Glass Art Fair!

We are honored to that you have taken the time to join us in a celebration of art.
The artists in this exhibition are sharing their work from around the world.