Artist

Lukas Mjartan

Lukas Mjartan is a glass artist living and working in Slovakia. His major interest lies in kiln-formed glass, especially in cast glass. After his apprenticeship with renowned Slovakian glass artists Zora and Stephan Pala, he began his own artistic practice. He has since developed distinctive sculptural language. He draws his inspiration from various architectural forms transforming .....

Lukas Mjartan is a glass artist living and working in Slovakia. His major interest lies in kiln-formed glass, especially in cast glass. After his apprenticeship with renowned Slovakian glass artists Zora and Stephan Pala, he began his own artistic practice. He has since developed distinctive sculptural language. He draws his inspiration from various architectural forms transforming them into contrasting rigid geometric shapes with structural, sometimes even rough gestural textures and elements. The light and the varying thickness of the glass mass play with the intensity of each colour he chooses for his works, thus creating expressive sculptural forms. “The straight line belongs to men, the curved one to God.” Antoni Gaudí

To me, the art of the future is not to be futuristic, but on the contrary – to return to its essence, and that is to rediscover the beauty of created things.
In my current work, I try to reflect on the splendor of human forms, without completely abandoning geometric abstraction, which is my dominant artistic language visible through all my career.

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Glass Art Fair!

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The artists in this exhibition are sharing their work from around the world.