Nature and Autumn, 1992
Glass, cut and bonded
In the 1970s and 80s Pavel Hlava (1924-2003) designed functional glassware to be mass produced in Czech factories, but after 1985, he fully devoted his energy on singular works of art, such as Nature and Autumn (1992), inspired by his experience of the natural environment.
A student of Karel Štipl at the Academy of Applied Arts in Prague, Hlava was first shown by an American museum in the 1979 exhibition, New Glass: A Worldwide Survey, organized by the Corning Museum of Glass. His work appears in museum collections around the world, and his glassware designs may still be found in homes and restaurants.
Work by Pavel Hlava in the Collection of the Corning Museum of Glass: Click Here
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