We have colourful, translucent, opalescent, bubbly, undulating, whirling, matte, glittering and cut
glass, etc. Beautiful creations can emerge from this wide range of choice in the process of which the
interior of your home, your unique taste and the designer’s phantasy are attuned to a harmonious
A real stained glass painting (70 cm x 240 cm), a reproduction of Automne on glass originally painted
by Alphons Mucha. The peculiarity of the painting is that it has been painted on a 10 mm thick pane
of glass and the depth of the spatial dimensions are visualized by three different layers. I painted the
edge on the top layer, I formed the middle one by deep sand-blasting technique and I painted the
third layer on the back of the glass pane.
The additional speciality of the painting is that it has a built-in light in the left edge side, which
further helps to emphasize the three dimensional aspect of the painting.
I think, nobody has to go next door for a good idea. Let’s still have a brief summary what a wide range of choice you can have.
In these pictures, the Tiffany glass was built into the middle layer of the huge (100 cm x 250 cm) insulated window. The magnificent composition begins on the downstairs windows and leading through the first floor, it ends in the mansard. (You can see this part in the photo.) It is fascinating as the colorful beam of light fills the room creating a special atmosphere. What an experience it is to live in such a room!
Yes, this is part of a consciously planned architectural project. As it is reflected in the tenants’ making their contracts for moving in one or half a year before in order to be able to get these particular flats.
Beauty is of main importance at making glass creations. There are several techniques that can be used to fulfill this aim. When a glasswork is ordered from me, my question is always this: What is the function the glass has to serve? Can it be transparent? Or should it hide something? Should it let the light fall through or rather it should not? Should it be an astonishing speciality or should it become softly and smoothly one with the environment? As soon as the answer is known, we can choose the best type of glass and technique.
Lead glass: I only use it when restoring
Tiffany glass: Most frequently used technique by me
Glass painting: this term covers, among others, the following:
– warm glass painting: when the glass is heated to min 500 degrees. (The traditional, huge stained-glass windows of the cathedrals were made with this technique)
I myself apply this technique, too.
– cold glass painting: is another method, which I apply when I make the glass paintings that can be fixed onto walls.
Application of UV adhesives: a completely transparent adhesive that solidifies to light; a unique 20th century technique, I apply it, too.
Last but not least: co-operating with different producers making facets, grinding, laminating and drilling are all available and all kinds of suspending equipment can be attained that is needed for the required purpose.
In this section, only glass paintings can be seen made by different techniques:
– In the photo with a ceramic pot, we can see the back wall of a kitchen: between the upper and bottom part of the cupboard, there is hand-painted glass instead of traditional tiles.
– In the photo with the white kitchen cupboard, a photo was printed on glass (it is not clearly visible on mobile phone screens).
– The third photo that shows a piece of glass with a classic pattern was made by a traditional 15th century technique.
– The glasswork decorated with crystals is also a glass painting, an innovative painting that can be fixed onto the wall.