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Born on 3 August 1951 in Sofia and graduated from the National Academy of Fine Arts.
At the beginning of his artistic career he chose glass as the main material for creative expression. He is fascinated by the opportunity to use light as a direct component of his work.
At the beginning he works primarily with stained glass, but later extensive plastic form becomes more attractive for the artist. There are a number of projects in interiors as well as numerous exhibitions of stained glass, lamps and decorated mirrors.
Human faces, which excited him throughout his life, became a major theme of his glass sculptures. "Glass has properties that make it close to the quality of the human face. Depending on the light which glass transmits or reflects, it changes in the same way emotions changes the human face "- says about his works Yuri Vasilev.
I study 3DD Art (BA Hons) at UCA Farnham. After studying Fashion & Design, Ceramics, Photography, lampworking and kiln-formed glass, achieving awards and winning NIACE Regional Student of the Year Award (North London) 2012 all these disciplines have led me to have the confidence and ambition to undergo a degree.
After graduating in 2008 - B A (Hons) in Art & Design, I later that year started learning about fusing and slumping glass. I keep up with new techniques in order to keep my designs up to date with trends. This April I decide to take my love for glass and do it full time as a business. I have a website www.robinnoel.co.uk but this will be updated with a new website in July 2012.
Annette's main inspiration is the glass itself, and its many different facets - reflection, transparency, shadow, opalescence, depth, colour. Its mobility when hot - its fragility when cold. Please look at the website www.glasstastik.co.uk, she employs most of the glass processes and has created a few ranges to provide a signature.
An activity that began like part of my work in art-therapy has become along the years a way of living
A path where technique is essential and constantly improved thanks to the best professors. A path which leads me to the creation of pieces of art showing the moment I live and reflecting the constant search of purity of lines, textures and light.
A moment for creation to offer pieces of work standing beautiful by themselves as well as modifying the place where they stand or a person´s outfit.
Johannes von Stumm received his diploma in Fine Art from the Academy in Munich/Germany in 1988. He became a Fellow of the Royal British Society of Sculptors in 2003 and was elected President of the Society in 2009.He is a member of the Oxford Artist Society, the 'Deutsche KuenstlerBund'in Berlin, Germany and a founding member of the European organisation Sculpture Network. He has given lectures at Schools, Universities and Colleges and has exhibited his work worldwide.